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NUS Module Review AY 2015-16 Semester 2 (Lazy Version)

One-sentence summaries of modules that I took last semester

GL2101 (Origins of the Modern World) – High school history lessons

GL2103 (Global Governance) – PPE 101 (Politics, Philosophy and Economics) 60 more words


NUS Module Review AY 2015-16 Semester 2 (Full Post)

This semester was quite the struggle for me, especially since I took an LOA (Leave of Absence) the previous semester for i-intern. Brain wasn’t back to NUS-mode. 1,480 more words


Muhammad Ali: The Greatest of All Time

Muhammad Ali: The Greatest of All Time, Rolling Stone July 01, 2016

“You kill my dog, you better hide your cat.” Ali standing over Sonny Liston… 130 more words

Religious Studies

Annnnnnnnd break

Am I doing enough? Am I doing too much? Is this article relevant? Should I stop? Should I keep going?

Over the past week or so, I found myself asking myself these questions repeatedly. 294 more words


Ways to Help Kids Learn More While Traveling

School might be closed for the summer but your kids’ brains are still open for business. Summer travel is a great way to stretch they ways we learn.   965 more words

Global Studies

Invisible Women in History and Global Studies

This article questions the continuing invisibility of the significant scale of the involvement of women in historical movements/moments. The focus is on Mahatma Gandhi-led Civil Disobedience movement (1930–1933), which was a historic turning point enabling the political involvement of masses of women in South Asia. 115 more words


Adapting to Change

I’m a girl who likes routine. So the prospect of starting my own research for the summer was exciting but also daunting. Over the past summers, I’ve always been given a plan or some sort of instruction for my jobs; now it’s up to me, with the help of my adviser, to instruct myself. 220 more words