In Academic Year 2016/2017, there were four Capstone projects involving 16 students. This is the fifth year for capstone projects and it is encouraging to see students working with previous partners that have supported us. This indicates a willingness of all parties involved to keep the working relationship going and to sustain the interest in the societal issues examined. Two teams worked with Singapore Association for Mental Health (SAMH) again using sports and percussion to enhance the mental health of their clients. A third team collaborated again with Trybe on using a restorative justice framework for youth offenders. A fourth team ventured into new territory, partnering with Methodist Children and Youth Centre (MCYC) on socio-emotional development for foster children. Please read on for more sharing and insights from the Capstone teams.