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As students of RC4, you will have abundant possibilities to shape life at the college by proposing, developing and participating in sports, cultural and societal engagement activities. You will also indulge in college governance and develop leadership skills.
Peter Felten is assistant provost for teaching and learning, executive director of the Center for Engaged Learning, and professor of history. His recent publications include the co‐authored books Transforming Students: Fulfilling the Promise of Higher Education (Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014) and Engaging Students as Partners in Learning and Teaching (Jossey‐Bass, 2014). From 2010‐2011, he served as president of…FIND OUT MORE
Residential College 4 held our very first Alumni Night-cum-Certification Presentation Ceremony at National University of Singapore Society (NUSS) on 10 August 2017. It was a great time for the alumni to congregate over food and fellowship. The dinner was accompanied by a spectacular performance by Millimetre Tan (starring: Jennifer Ho, Stephanie Lauw, and Raphael Angelo…FIND OUT MORE
Freshmen Orientation Camp 2017 24 – 27 July 2017 A very BIG welcome to all freshmen to RC4! Freshmen and seniors bond during the 4D3N camp in July, getting to know each other better through games and activities. This year, dragon-boating was introduced by the organising committee to the camp! You may view…FIND OUT MORE
Born in 1977, Alfian Bin Sa’at was a fourth year medical student at the National University of Singapore when he published A History of Amnesia. His first book of verse, One Fierce Hour, was well-received in Singapore and Malaysia. His collection of short stories, Corridor, won the Singapore Literature Prize Commendation Award in 1998; this was published in 1999…FIND OUT MORE
Barry and Philip met in 1988, when Barry was remanded for drug offences and Philip was an Officer in the Singapore Armed Forces. Their friendship was built on mutual respect through correspondence through letters. Through the years, both men realised the importance of not giving up – on themselves and others. Upon Barry’s release in 2016, the 2 men endeavoured to launch “Project StarFish” which will serve to address the problem of emotional and mental pain experienced by prisoners behind literal and emotional bars and that pain can be healed with undeserved and unreserved dignity and respect. Both the men serve as advisors of this project through which they invite and train volunteers to bring back the forgotten art of penmanship by writing letters. Letters are written to impart respect and dignity to those in pain.FIND OUT MORE