The Speakers’ Corner in Hong Lim Park is the only place in Singapore where citizens can protest publicly after registering with the park service.
University

Yale values to be tested in Singapore

March 29, 2012 • 1222
Two staff reporters for the News, Ava Kofman and Tapley Stephenson, traveled to Singapore over spring break, interviewing more than 80 sources on the founding of Yale-NUS College — how Singaporeans view the project, how the liberal arts function in Singapore and how the country’s values differ from those on Yale’s campus. This is the »
Approximately 18,000 Singaporean students attended the National University of Singapore’s open house program, which included Yale-NUS College, earlier this month.
University

In Singapore, liberal arts enter uncharted territory

March 28, 2012 • 2275
Two staff reporters for the News, Ava Kofman and Tapley Stephenson, traveled to Singapore over spring break, interviewing more than 80 sources on the founding of Yale-NUS College — how Singaporeans view the project, how the liberal arts function in Singapore and how the country’s values differ from those on Yale’s campus. This is part »
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University

Yale takes brand to Singapore

March 27, 2012 • 22
Two staff reporters for the News, Ava Kofman and Tapley Stephenson, traveled to Singapore over spring break, interviewing more than 80 sources on the founding of Yale-NUS College — how Singaporeans view the project, how the liberal arts function in Singapore and how the country’s values differ from those on Yale’s campus. This is part »
Swing Space is looking to increase community among its residents.
Features

In Swing Space, building a community

October 19, 2011 • 1
In 1998 — just in time for the first residential college renovation — Swing Space was built to serve as an annex for students displaced during their respective college constructions. Tucked between the Yale Power Plant and Payne Whitney Gymnasium, the L-shaped dorm was conceived as a quick fix to Yale’s housing needs. With large »
Sci-Tech

Study illuminates memory loss

August 31, 2011 • 2161
Yale researchers may be able to explain why people lose their memory as they get older. A team at the Yale School of Medicine has shown that a specific neural dysfunction in the prefrontal cortex of the brain is responsible, in part, for age-related memory loss. In a study published last month in the journal »
Sci-Tech

Children learn the danger of bugs

April 21, 2011 • 2
Everyone was a winner in a game of “toss the tick through the bull’s-eye rash” at the Peabody Museum of Natural History’s “Biodiversity Bites Back” day Thursday. Volunteers, researchers and educators at the event taught families about the prevention of and pathology behind Lyme disease, West Nile and other vector-borne illnesses by displaying live specimens, »
Though some students feel that new clothing stores on Broadway do not cater to their needs, many praised Yale University Properties’ efforts to help bring Stop & Shop to the location vacated last year by Shaw’s.
City

City sees business resurgence

April 20, 2011 • 1
It has been a good year for Yale University Properties. When Stop & Shop opened for business last Friday, it capped off a year of resurgence in business activity and heightened leasing interest in downtown New Haven and the city as a whole. Abigail Rider, the director of University Properties, said the recession led Yale’s »