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As we study hard for finals/give it our best at work, rmb to take short breaks in between too! Like picking up a short and interesting read 😄
Reading Room presents the last review of this sem: Homeless ⛺️
by Liyana Dhamirah✨
If you would like to borrow the reviewed book or other books and/or have any qn abt the Reading Room, tele Ryn @rynalfiah / Pei Juan @peijuan
Did you know: The Reading Room has about 250 books readily available for CAPTains to read and enrich their minds??? WOW! 📚👀 So do feel free to tele us for book recommendations! 😀 …
Remember our collaboration with the local Family Service Centre this semester?
The findings are out! If you are keen to find out more, please register for the sessions using the QR codes in the poster.
The recommendations will now be incorporated into a pilot project that will be run by the FSC. As part of this journey, I am looking for students who are keen to be part of a CAPSTONE team in Sem 2 to help evaluate that project.
If you are keen, please email: Dr Toh at firstname.lastname@example.org …
Hey CAPTains! 👋🏻
Are you unsure of what to do in the future? Not sure what are the possible opportunities after graduation? Fret not!
Connect Project is back again! We have invited our CAPT Alumni to share with you guys possible career paths, internship opportunities, life advices and so much more…!!!! 🤩
Date: 30th October 2020 (Friday)
Time: 7pm – 9pm
Register for the event at bit.ly/2FCcv3D by 28 October 2020 and we will see you guys there! 😁
For any enquiries, do contact Meng Wee (@mengweee).
9th External Affairs Committee 🥳 …
Reading Room presents to you our 4th review of the month: **The Donut King**
*by Ted Ngoy*
If you would like to borrow the reviewed book or other books and/or have any qn abt the Reading Room, tele Ryn @rynalfiah / Pei Juan @peijuan …
Earlier this week (12 Oct), Chun Man, a second-year Law student from Garuda was featured on The Straits Times (p. B2) as part of a team of faculty and students from NUS Law working on a Pro Bono project, COV-AID.
As a student-led initiative, COV-AID aims to bring clarity to the legal implications of COVID-19, and the continually-changing regulations in Singapore.
Part of the Outreach Team, Chun Man has been engaging a diverse range of organisations, groups, and individuals to introduce what COV-AID does, and seek out opportunities for collaboration.
To his fellow CAPTains, Chun Man shared that “especially in these uncertain times, the smallest actions, even those done behind a computer screen and via remote zoom calls, could go a long way to impact and assist somebody down the road”.
He added that his journey living and learning in CAPT has enabled him to perspective-take and reach out better, and in doing so, collaborate effectively with the partners involved.
Great one, Chun Man!
To find out more about their project, do visit [nus-covaid.com](nus-covaid.com/)
Image from The Straits Times & NUS; <Chun Man is in the back row: first from left> Monday, 12 October 2020 – Home Section Page B2 …