Zulhakim is a second year Pharmacy major at the Faculty of Science. His interest lies in exploring different cultures and traditions through travelling. Zul is humbled to be given the opportunity to pioneer Alice & Peter Tan College and to lead the student body. He believes that a residential college is successful only when its students regard the community as a family — a home away from home. He envisions the College community to be one where its members are unafraid to seize opportunities and take risks in their journey of self-discovery.
Sasha believes that integrity, imagination and initiative are the three things that make a great student leader. Having previously been part of Business School's Management Committed and more recently, the interim Student Committee, she hopes her experience will enable her to better populate the College student population and enrich the lives of everyone that is part of college life. In her free time, you can find her hanging out with friends at The Flying Seed, studying with her floormates or playing sports at the MPH.
Eugene Ke is a year 1 student from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. He enjoys listening to music from artistes such as Adele, Maroon 5, and Usher. Despite his bubbly character, Eugene gets very serious when it comes to work. He always strives for perfection in whatever he does, and ensures that he puts in his best effort in everything he does. He believes that a strong community spirit is vital to Alice & Peter Tan College, and that is what he hopes to achieve within his stint as the General Secretary.
Maria is a third year student from the School of Business, majoring in Accountancy and Finance. Being a part of College's pioneer CSC is definitely an honor for her, and she is excited to be part of this awesome group of talented, committed and dedicated team. Maria deeply believes in being efficient, focused, and being a responsible team player. It is her vision to see College cultivate students who are compassionate and who actively care for the community. Maria is a dedicated member of CSC who aims to fulfill her entrusted responsibilities with her best efforts.
Cham Bao Rong is a first year Applied Mathematics major at the Faculty of Science. He is an outgoing and passionate individual who believes in living life to the fullest. An aspiring teacher-to-be, Bao Rong strongly believes that true engagement can only come with education. He hopes that community engagement will become the bedrock of Alice & Peter Tan College's culture and that the College will mould residents into dynamic leaders of tomorrow.
Grace Ann Chua likes to eat tomato-flavoured chips. A good day would be spent cycling with, listening to post rock, and/or eating pistachio/avocado ice cream. As Director of Publicity and Public Relations, she envisions Alice & Peter Tan College to be cosy place to call home. She aspires for the college to be a place where good design and typography live, with imaginative posters to showcase our events. There is no typeface that she likes more than Serif and she cannot stand clichés but appreciates a good pun. Despite the fact that she is passionate about videography, she is forever loyal to Geography.
Alina is a first year student at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. She loves music and can play more than five instruments. Although petite, she firmly believes that good things come in small sizes. As the Director of the Business Development Wing, she hopes to be able to create a platform that can provide entrepreneurship and community engagement opportunities for fellow Angsanians as well as enhance the food and supper experience for all!
Kai Ying is a first year English Language major at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. Often described as bubbly, enthusiastic and outgoing, Kai Ying enjoys making new friends and cheering them up. A former Table Tennis National Youth Team player who experienced the ups-and-downs of grueling competitions, Kai Ying espouses values such as motivation, determination and diligence, and strongly believes her passion and hard work can help her to improve student life at College. She looks forward to the exciting year ahead, where she can organize and execute student activities that Angsanians will love participating in and be proud of. In her free time, Kai Ying loves playing sports and reading novels.
Kalyani is a second year Political Science major at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. During her schooldays at Catholic Junior College, she was involved in the drama ensemble item for the Singapore Youth Festival as Director of Logistics. At Alice & Peter Tan College, she look forwards to facilitating more interactions amoung Angsanians as well building meaningful relationships with other colleges in UTown and NUS. She would also like to further develop student growth and potential through activities by her committee. Kalyani is bubbly, fun-loving, outgoing and adventurous, and loves to sing in her free time.
Bryan is a first year Bio-Engineering student at the Faculty of Engineering. Being a friendly and spontaneous person, Bryan hopes to make The College Experience a memorable one for every student. He wants incoming freshmen to know that friends are the ones who will get students through the stressful times in University. To form strong friendships that will help students through their University life, Bryan wants to make Freshmen Orientation Program a unique and meaningful experience where freshmen and seniors will be able to support each other in the college.
Joey Tan is a second year Accountancy major at the Faculty of Business. He is often described by his peers to be very serious, efficient yet friendly and enjoyable to work and communicate with. All these qualities stemmed from his highly disciplined lifestyle to balance his time efficiently across God, triathlon training sessions, love for photography, studies and his loved ones. He is a strong believer of servant leadership and is driven to help establish sports facilities, inter-neighbourhood and college games to fulfill communal needs and wants under his directorship.
Abigail Lai is a year one science student who is majoring in Food Science and Technology. When she isn't glued to the computer screen, Abigail plays the electone and sometimes engages in a recreational game of badminton. She serves in the Young Adult ministry in her church and believes that everyone should have a chance to serve where and when they want. Her vision for College is for the community spirit to grow and transcend differences so ideas and friendships are forged as the future of the college unfolds.