Wesley Lim had never danced until he auditioned for SMU Caderas Latinas. The president of the salsa dance club has come a long way from getting dance tips off YouTube, to performing tricks on the dance floor. Wesley talks to us about getting over the fear of social dancing and some lessons that he’s picked up along his steep learning curve.
Marcus Teo, president of SMU Aikido, has an easy-going disposition that shows in his speech and especially how he tackles problems. The gentle business student shares some tips on how to keep positive and stay calm during tough times.
SMU Broadcast & Entertainment (SMUBE) is the tireless team of media savvy students that supports almost every campus event – from hosting and engaging crowds to setting up sound systems and putting together every perfect event backdrop. We caught up with president Samuel Tan and vice-president Zekiel Hong to get educated on the full force of this media powerhouse.
Dragon boater Jia Khee is a man of strong passions. His experiences both in the kitchen and out on the waters have shaped him to become the indefatigable leader that he is today. Jia Khee talks to us about the language of teamship and his journey as president of SMU Dragon Boat.
At 21 years old, Kimberly Lim has travelled to more places than she can remember and covered more ground (and water) than most of us have. Just home from training in Portugal and competing in Spain, the national sailor and member of SMU Sailing sat down with us to chat about the whirlwind life of an athlete and how she has grown with the sport.
As the governing body of 35 clubs, the SMU Sports Union has some lofty responsibilities. On top of that, the 2017 team is on a mission to ensure that every sportsman thrives not only in the area of sports, but also in the other aspects of life. To learn more about the inner workings of a student union, SMU Snapshots spoke to the man who leads the union in its 13th year running, Duncan Koh.
Carrying out day-to-day requirements is an easy habit to train. But when it comes to good work ethic, this trait can be challenging to develop. Because strong work ethic often leads to success in sports, great athletes already have that dedication. To learn how athletes develop their work ethic, SMU Snapshots had a chat with SSU finance secretary, Amanda Yeap, who is also a national floorball player and competes for SMU Floorball.