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LAW IV 2018: A Review (Part 2)

LAW IV 2018: A Review (Part 2)

On Sunday 24 February, I caught the well-anticipated musical Valediction, produced by the graduating batch of NUS Law students. It is a long-standing tradition for the Year 4s to stage a musical, also known as Law IV, for a good cause. This year, all proceeds from Law IV will go to Hagar Singapore, a non-profit organisation...
Meat Smith Review

Meat Smith Review

Address: 167-169 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore (068618) Cuisine tags: Barbecue, Smoked, American Deep-South Good for: Raucous evenings, hearty fare and TGIFs Summary: A cheat day for the innate, carnivorous beast that’s really part of your genetic makeup   *“So bye-bye, Miss American Pie Drove my Chevy to the levee but the levee was dry And...
LAW IV 2018: Behind the Curtains (Part 1)

LAW IV 2018: Behind the Curtains (Part 1)

Every year, the graduating batch of students put up a musical performance, Law IV, for a worthy cause. Each aspect of the musical is only possible with the collective hard work of their entire batch. Justified goes behind the scenes to find out what this year’s production team has been up to!
Short Chat with Siu Chen - Insights with a Librarian

Short Chat with Siu Chen – Insights with a Librarian

On the way into BTC (by car, at least), there’s a series of banners featuring NUS student and staff, including a particular librarian from the NUS Central Library. The faint memory of this banner, combined with a newfound desire to interview different subjects outside of just professors and students, cumulates into an idea of interviewing...
Farewell, Prof. Fordham - Insights with Professor Margaret Fordham

Farewell, Prof. Fordham – Insights with Professor Margaret Fordham

Professor Fordham’s office, upon entering, is overwhelmingly homey. She has left her door open for us. The orange-tinted lamps are a stark contrast to the cold, fluorescent glow of the Federal Building lights outside. Her desk is decorated with ornaments and glass bowls full of stationery. She has the Tort Law study guide open in...
Minutes with Mindy - Insights with Professor Chen-Wishart

Minutes with Mindy – Insights with Professor Chen-Wishart

We met Professor Chen-Wishart at the lobby of the Eu Tong Sen building. There, she is seated comfortably on one of the lounge chairs, with her backpack and laptop seated on either side of her. We say hello, she says hello – and is very nice (even though we’re kinda late) – and we start the interview....
Our (?) Top 3 Char Kway Teows

Our (?) Top 3 Char Kway Teows

When asked about our favourite Singaporean dishes, many rush to mind. Although many dishes could be in the running for our fav, we dare say that the humble, but ~amazing~  char kway teow (“CKT”) is the quintessential Singaporean classic. Here, we have reviewed three of what are arguably the best CKTs in Singapore!
Getting Cozy with the 38th Law Club - Part 2

Getting Cozy with the 38th Law Club – Part 2

It seems like Hollywood’s game plan is to simply keep churning out sequels, in some thinly veiled attempt to get us cinemagoers to spend more money on their movie franchises. Of course, that never works since, as we all know, watching it online is a far better alternative. *Justified does not encourage piracy, watch it...
Getting Cozy with the 38th Law Club - Part 1

Getting Cozy with the 38th Law Club – Part 1

The NUS Students’ Law Club (affectionately known as the “Law Club”) is a constituent club of NUS Students’ Union and is made up of the law undergraduate, graduate and masters students in NUS. Or at least that is what the page on Justified says. But that was back in 2011, where at least for most...
The Coconut Club Review

The Coconut Club Review

It’s a club, alright. For a start, getting through the doors hinges on specific time slots for entry. Not everyone gets a seat at the coveted indoor tables. Less so if all parties aren’t present. To top it all off, they don’t even take reservations, which probably explains the line which often snakes down to...
BTC: Bites To Consider – Noodle House @ Canopy

BTC: Bites To Consider – Noodle House @ Canopy

When Summit just won’t cut it, fret not! Canopy is located just 5 minutes away by foot (even less if you dare cut through the professors’ lounge!!!) and offers a wide array of delectable dishes that would satisfy even the fussiest of eaters.
BTC: Bites To Consider – Malay Cuisine @ Canopy

BTC: Bites To Consider – Malay Cuisine @ Canopy

On those days when your stressed and want to treat your body to decadent delectable greasy goodness of the Malay Cuisine stall at Canopy is for you! As its name suggests, it sells Malay cuisine to satisfy your cravings!