Events and Activities


Our Events and Activities

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.

[Perspectives] Failure is When You Stop Trying: Behind Project Dignity

18th September 2018

Mr. Koh Seng Choon is the founder and Managing Director of Dignity Kitchen, Singapore’s first hawker training centre for the disadvantaged and people with disabilities. The mission is to build and help these people regain a sense of dignity through their work. Mr. Koh has written three books – Elements of Success: Business, Elements of…


Inter-House Games 2018

14th September 2018

We work hard & play hard together! RC4’s Inter-House Games 2018 was successfully completed where House members bonded and competed together over friendly games with their fellow residents in the College.                                                 …


Welcome Dinner 2018

11th September 2018

Welcoming freshmen of AY2018/19 and all seniors back to RC4, this year’s Welcome Dinner with the theme “Supernova” was held successfully on 11 September 2018. The dinner was filled with joy and laughter when the residents and guests were entertained by the performances put up by the various student groups. Welcome Dinner 2018: Supernova 11th…


Care4Elderly Carnival

1st September 2018

Care4Elderly Carnival (Part of NUS Day of Service 2018) 1st September 2018   As part of the NUS Day of Service 2018, RC4lunteers Interest Group and the College Students’ Committee co-organised an enriching and fun community service project with Care Community Service Society (CCSS). Called “Care4Elderly Carnival”, students engaged the seniors from the Seniors Activity…


[Perspectives] The Power of Data Visualization

28th August 2018

David Murphy is a data visualisation and analytics enthusiast, having been in the field for more than 10 years. His passion for data visualisation extends outside of work, with him running his own website and YouTube channel dedicated to the field; This pushes him to explore new data sets and techniques, and continually learn…