This visually bold biannual magazine aims to raise greater awareness of NTU’s developments among alumni and build a sense of pride in their alma mater. U also celebrates and inspires with stories of fellow alumni from Singapore and around the world and motivates them to stay connected with the University.
30 memorabilia of NTU life kept in digital time capsule
The memory bank will be opened in 2041 during NTU's Golden Jubilee.
30 Years of Momentum: 30 Perspectives
Thirty individuals who have been a part of NTU’s 30-year journey share their perspectives.
Bursaries in the family name
Honouring the sacrifices of their parents in their education journey, some alumni like Teo Wee Hwee have set up bursaries in their parents’ name.
A helping hand to relieve financial stress
NBS alumnus Vincent Foo remembers the relief he felt when he received an NTU bursary as an undergraduate. He has set up a bursary in his parents’ name to honour their sacrifices.
Love is in the (NTU) air
It’s a match! Dr Delwyn Lim and Dr Weishan Lim are among the first batch of doctors to graduate from NTU’s Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine. The couple recently married and share their love story.
Love beyond borders
At NTU where it is among the most beautiful campuses in the world, love blooms easily. International alumni Li Yunzhi and Manjul Pratyush take a trip down memory lane and share about how their love blossomed.
Unicorn dream come true
In conversation with Dr Shi Xu, Founder and Executive Chairman of Nanofilm Technologies International, and Chairman of NTUitive.
Green fingers powered by technology
Using data analytics, sensors and IoT, Mr Kwek Zhi Heng (MAE/2020) is among a growing number of alumni choosing green career paths.
Raising the roof on homegrown crops
Driven by the urgency of climate change and inspired to promote sustainable living, WKWSCI alumnus Clarence Chua’s rooftop farm provides opportunities to reconnect with nature.
Small gestures, big impact
From feeding the underprivileged in Cambodia to mentoring undergraduates in Singapore, NTU graduates Mr Pengty Ngor (EEE/2009) and Ms Joyce Liang (NBS/2005) believe every contribution counts.
Passion not enough: Lessons on growing a business
Bright-eyed and bushy tailed, this young alumnus quickly realised that big dreams and enthusiasm alone aren’t enough to get a start-up off the ground.