Amid the torrential downpour, close to 500 NUS students lined Clementi Road to bid a final farewell to Singapore's Founding Prime Minister, the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew, as the cortege made its way to the University Cultural Centre at NUS' Kent Ridge Campus for the State Funeral Service on 29 March.
Two hundred NUS students, staff and alumni took time off from their books and work to pay their final respects to Singapore's founding Prime Minister Mr Lee Kuan Yew on 25 March 2015, the first day of Mr Lee's lying in state at the Parliament House.
The NUS Faculty of Science held its inaugural NUS-Dow Surprising Science Fair on 21 March to inculcate a passion for science among some 150 secondary school students while enabling its own students to strengthen their science communication skills.
The atmosphere was sombre within the Oei Tiong Ham Building at the NUS Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, where the University's Memorial Ceremony for the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew was held on 24 March.
The mood across NUS' campuses was sombre and reflective as students, faculty, staff and alumni of Singapore's flagship university mourned the passing of the country's founding Prime Minister and NUS alumnus Mr Lee Kuan Yew. Mr Lee passed away on 23 March 2015 in Singapore at the age of 91.
TeamNUS flew the University flag high at the Institute-Varsity-Polytechnic (IVP) Games 2015, garnering a record eight gold medals, three silver medals and two bronze medals. The haul of eight gold medals is a remarkable feat not only for NUS, but for the IVP since its inception more than 30 years ago.
Four members of the NUS community were honoured at the 2015 IT Leader Awards at the Shangri-La Hotel on 6 March.