HISSOC’s annual freshman orientation camp took place from 4 to 6 June. This year’s theme was Asian civilizations, which gave rise to the phrase ‘Silk, Spice and Everything Rice’ and eventually to the name Camp SPEAR. The 13 freshmen were grouped into three OGs, representing three ancient Asian civilizations (the Tang dynasty of China, theContinue reading “NUS History Camp 2018 – Camp SPEAR”
On Thursday, 24 May 2018, our OGLs and O-COMM gathered to test out the games and activities in a dry-run for this year’s History Camp. Here is a sneak peek at what’s in store! Much hard work has been put into this camp and we can’t wait for 4 June when it starts!
On Wednesday, 23 May 2018, HISSOC hosted a visit by the students of Innova Junior College (IJC) and Yishun Junior College (YJC). They were brought on a tour of campus facilities in FASS, including the Deck and the Central Library. They were also given a sharing session on student life in NUS and a mini-lectureContinue reading “Visit by Yishun and Innova Junior Colleges”
On 12 May, members of NUS History Society were at the History booth during FASS Open House to help prospective freshmen get a better picture of university life and majoring in History. We in the NUS History and European Studies community hope to see many of you joining us soon!
On 10 May, in time-honoured fashion, the graduating batch of undergraduates, our Year 4 Honours students, had their graduation dinner, organised by the History Department. Everyone brought their best mad hats for the occasion to celebrate the end of a four-year journey with NUS History. It was also a time for appreciation as the graduatingContinue reading “Mad Hatters Graduation Dinner”