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NTU ODAC Magazine 2016 Edition [AY2015/16]


Back to School: The latest edition of our annual NTU ODAC Magazine is finally here! It is available for viewing and digital download on our @ISSUU page. Join us as we review and reminisce the exciting events and beautiful sceneries from our overseas trips throughout the whole academic year of 2015/2016.
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The physical copies will be available on our upcoming Annual General Meeting in late August. (while stocks last) Do look forward to them!!
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https://issuu.com/ntuodac/docs/ntu_odac_magazine_2016

Year in Review | NTU ODAC Videos [AY15/16]

It has been a wonderful year with everyone in NTU ODAC! :))

All of our 6 subcommittees and ODAC videos are available on our Facebook page and Youtube channel! Learn more about our subcomms and various exciting events and trips that we organise throughout the whole academic year of 2015/2016.

Alternatively, you can click and view all 7 videos from the Youtube playlist above!

Mount Pulag Trip [AY2015/16]

[1 -7 January 2016]

On 1 January 2016, Tr9k was already on its way to for their first overseas expedition of the year. They scaled Mount Pulag in Philippines over the course of 3 days and 2 nights.
Standing at 2922 meters above sea level, Mount Pulag is the highest peak in Luzon, the third highest in the Philippines. One of the most well-maintained “premier” national parks in the country, it is home of the nation’s rare and endangered species of flora and fauna.

For the remaining days of their trip, they returned back to the bustling capital of Philippines, Manila for some good recreation time they well deserved!

Their next trek trip will be to Gunung Bujang Melaka and Gopeng, Perak from 1 – 4 March 2016. Check out our trip booths on 2 and 11 February at the North Spine Linkway for more details!

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Campout 2016 [AY15/16]

[16 – 17 January 2016]

We recently held our 2D1N Campout event at Pulau Hantu. For the second year running, this year’s Campout is jointly organised by FOOT’16 and Tr9k. Despite its intimidating name, Pulau Hantu is a beautiful and idyllic getaway for many. It is actually made up of two islets: Hantu Besar and Hantu Kecil. The island still preserves a rich variety of marine life which is an eye opener for city dwellers like us.

To get the different subcommittee members to know one another, the subcommers are grouped into Da Bao, Dou Shao Bao, Nai Huang Bao and Xiao Long Bao which are the names of the different steamed buns. The groups played a round of station games before coming together for a fun and showery mass game.

After that, some of the subcommers had a go at the jetty jump before beginning our traditional outdoor cooking for dinner.

It is definitely the best way to spend the first weekend of the new semester!

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