The NUSPA symbol encapsulates the essence of the association in its mission to precipitate political appreciation and active citizenry among NUS students.
Integrating modernity with tradition, the symbol portrays modern minimalistic features while paying homage to the logo of the Political Association of yesteryears. This represents the association’s constant recognition of our need to adapt and change to maintain relevant in the modern world, while nonetheless appreciate that our success is only made possible by committed members of the past.
Blue is chosen as it symbolises wisdom and integrity, attributes essential among our members in accomplishing our mission, while remaining neutral and apolitical. Concurrently, the shade of blue is also similar to the corporate colour of NUS, and signifies our commitment to the NUS population.
Red is chosen as it symbolises courage and kinship of humankind. These attributes are also important among our members, as they seek to accomplish their mission without fear or favour, while maintaining respect with the people they interact with. Concurrently, red also signifies the association’s loyalty and affinity with Singapore, and accentuates that the mission of the association ultimately is for the betterment of the country.
Build Our Singapore 2025
Over the past few months, we have all witnessed the significant impacts of the pandemic on the government, business, society, and individuals. As such, have you begun to think about what Singapore’s post-COVID future would look like? What kind of Singapore and society would we see? And what would all these changes affect us?
To help our students and youths better understand strategic issues confronting Singapore in the post-COVID world and promote public discussions on these issues, NUSPA has launched the Build Our Singapore 2025 Campaign! This will be the thematic guide for our visions and initiatives for the AY.
The Build Our Singapore 2025 Campaign will consist of a series of dialogues, feedback initiatives, and engagement activities to help students and youths gain a better awareness of Singapore’s possible trajectories in charting our post-COVID future.
The campaign also aims to increase youth engagement with the Government and various stakeholders in both the public and private sectors. Through such engagement activities, we hope that youths can truly find a voice for themselves on building our Singapore 2025.
Watch our full campaign video here!