Women continue to find themselves disproportionately shouldering larger childrearing and homemaking responsibilities, despite the rise in dual-income households. How has this affected women’s decisions on child-rearing?
These days, a student focusing on academics and good grades alone is insufficient. Very insufficient. You need to do a part-time internship then volunteer at church on weekends. After your classes, do some sports. In between your classes, go to the library to work on your case competition. Read a book.
Workaholic. Overworked. These are the two most common terms describing Singapore’s intense work culture. We hear about new strategies from nap pods to employee well-being days but none of them addresses the real question:
Can we truly reimagine the nature of work?
How different are SJWs from social activists? There seems to be a distinction between the two, but I think that the line is often blurred.
Regardless of which one you identify or have been identified as, here are some suggestions on how you can effectively navigate the social activism scene online.
From specialists to generalists, NUS’s recent announcements have been all about one thing — an interdisciplinary education. As first-year students of recently merged College of Humanities and Sciences get ready to start the new semester, and NUS’s recent announcement of the new dean of the Yale-NUS and USP merger, questions about whether the university is aptly prepared for providing interdisciplinary education are increasing. Ignite’s Sorfina writes that perhaps, more can be done.