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Take care of your body and you will take care of your mental health!
In the busy life of PhD student taking care of the health of your body may be really forgotten. Spending all day in the lab and no regular meals can influence not only on our body but also mental health! It is not a new fact that many PhD students develop symptoms of anxiety and ...
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5 Ways Being a Humanities Student Is like Being a Medieval Monk
Student life can get a bit of a bad rap. Media depictions of students tend to be heavy on the beer and the instant noodles and light on the study and the hair shirts. Oh, did I say hair shirts? I must have slipped up because being a student is so like being a member of a ...
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A Guide to Getting Through Midterms (or the UoN Equivalent)
Reading week is now long gone and its termination brought with it two weeks of mid-semester examinations (or mid-terms as they’re so lovingly called) here at NUS, not to mention a bunch of essays and lab reports (fun I know!). Now whilst UoN typically only have two sets of examinations – January and May/June – ...
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