Issue 90, September 2010
"Viva La Fiesta!"
True to the theme of "long live the party!", Class of 2010 graduates from the School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering spend an entire night partying, as they celebrate their graduation.

With a theme like "Viva La Fiesta", the fresh crop of graduates was set to party hard just as they had worked hard to earn their degree.

And because they were having such a good time, they didn’t mind stretching it – many partied through the night just as the theme suggested. Long live the party or Viva La Fiesta

No matter what language is being used, the graduates from the School of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (MAE) certainly knew the meaning of having a good time.

Stay connected
Many at the party were establishing connection with their fellow course mates. Some were eagerly chatting with one another, while others were seen gathering friends and posed for the camera before proceeding to dinner.

Addressing graduates at the dinner, Guest-of-Honour Assoc Prof Lee Yong Tsui, Assistant Chair, MAE, took the chance to congratulate all of them. He also urged them to stay connected to the school and the university.

Mr Chua Sheng Long, Vice President of the school’s alumni association, on the other hand, shared with the graduates the importance of keeping the network they have established during the course of their study in NTU.

He also encouraged all the fresh graduates to join the school's alumni association. The association will provide members with a sound platform for interaction; it regularly organises activities for not only members, but also their families.

While enjoying their dinner, the alumni and guests were entertained with games and of course the ‘mandatory’ lucky draw.

The MAE Graduation Dinner 2010 was held on 30 July, at the Fairmont Singapore.

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