Wednesday, October 20, 2021

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Daryl Yang

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Will the New College be “a paragon of academic freedom in Singapore” like Yale-NUS?

Minister for Education Chan Chun Sing called Yale-NUS a "paragon of academic freedom." Would the New College live up to one of its predecessors? Daniel and Daryl weigh in.

Did the Yale-NUS Experiment Fail? No, but the New College Might

Neither Yale-NUS nor USP failed, but the New College very well might. What has to be done to make it work? Alumni Daniel '19 and Daryl '19 weigh in.

From Curd to Butter to Ghee: On Post-Merger Possibilities

Guest writer and alumnus Daryl Yang '19 reflects on the news of Yale-NUS' impending closure.

Why It’s Sad That We Needed A Course on Dissent and Resistance

“Several days earlier, I had a conversation with an alumnus from the then University of Singapore about student activism in Singapore in the 1970s…Had the vibrant culture of student activism not been annihilated in the preceding decades, we would never have needed such a course.”

Better than Revenge: Rethinking Justice for Survivors of Sexual Violence

After Monica Baey’s experience as a survivor of sexual violence went viral, public attention has focused on the appropriate penalties that her perpetrator should receive. Daryl and Alysha discuss why we should consider more pluralistic, rather than punitive, forms of justice for survivors of sexual violence.

Addressing Some Pink Elephants In The Room

story | Daryl Yang, Guest Contributor photo | Rachel Juay If there is something that distinguishes Yale-NUS from any other college in the world, it must...

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