Ask Penny! (March)

Ask Penny! (March)

Summer may have faded, but beach bodies are still a concern. This month, Penny has advice for busy students trying to get in shape. (But which shape?)

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Love for Peace and Well-being

Love for Peace and Well-being

“We all should try to broaden the boundary of love as much as we can,” writes Nant Thin Thin Hmwe. “The stronger the power of love, the more peaceful our society will be.”

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Ask Penny! (January)

Ask Penny! (January)

With Valentine’s Day approaching, Penny is in the mood for romance – from smouldering office fantasies to blistering erotic encounters (in an active volcano).

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A 71-Day Love Story

A 71-Day Love Story

Submitted anonymously by a student. ‘An appreciation letter to this guy who made me feel something, that I have difficulty even putting into words.’

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A Mother Can Dream

A Mother Can Dream

For mothers that have to be away from their children for work or study, ‘mummy guilt’ is common. But sometimes, writes Ayu Setiadewi, taking care of yourself and pursuing your dreams can be its own language of love to your little ones.

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Ask Penny! (November)

Ask Penny! (November)

It’s Penny’s final column for the year! For a mouth-watering finish, she talks about fine dining, and how you can emulate it even on a modest student budget.

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Pride for an International Student

Pride for an International Student

On September 6, India’s Supreme Court overturned a colonial-era law criminalising homosexuality. It was a day of joy for millions of people – including our own NUPSA Vice President, Anish Saini.

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Scary Can Be Good

Scary Can Be Good

Fear can be, well… scary. But harnessed properly, it can help us to achieve more than we imagined possible, Sarah James writes.

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Ask Penny! (October)

Ask Penny! (October)

Spooked by a spectre? Plagued by a poltergeist? Penny is no stranger to the spirit realm, and this month has plenty of advice for those receiving otherworldly visitations.

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Why Philosophy is Important

Why Philosophy is Important

Philosophy is the basis of University studies, Suman Lahiry writes. The uses of philosophy in life, career and well-being are extensive and well-proven.

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