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Few Senior Figures had a Voice in Yale-NUS and USP Merger Decision

Following the decision to merge Yale-NUS College with the University Scholars Programme, The Octant learns that many key stakeholders were not involved in the decision-making process.

A Planned Catastrophe: Yale-NUS to Close in 2025

Yesterday’s news left the Yale-NUS community with much information and many feelings to process. Here’s a timeline of how the plan unfolded since June, with a look from the inside in an exclusive interview with the College’s administrators.

Richard Levin to be Yale-NUS Commencement Speaker

story | Nicholas Lua, Features Editor photo | Public Affairs Richard Charles Levin will be the commencement speaker at Yale-NUS College’s inaugural graduation ceremony. In choosing...

Student Voices: Choosing the Next President

Story | Yasunari Watanabe, Contributing Reporter Image | David Zhang Panel discussions with the Yale-NUS College Governing Board held on Aug. 14 as part of their...

Student and media response to Ambassador’s comments deemed unsatisfactory

Story by Dave Chappell, Managing Editor, and Spandana Bhattacharya, Editor-in-Chief | Picture credit to Dave Chappell   Respondents to a recent campus-wide survey expressed disatisfaction with...

The “Illiberal Liberal” Narrative

Opinion by Francesca Maviglia, Guest Columnist | Illustration by Roger Ko There’s a tendency to attack left-wing individuals as the ones with authoritarian attitudes that has been...

Students Reject Call for Ambassador Chan Heng Chee’s resignation: Survey

Story by David Chappell, Managing Editor, and Spandana Bhattacharya, Editor-in-Chief | Picture credit to David Chappell By an overwhelming margin, the student body of Yale-NUS...

On the Yale-NUS Governing Board, Tolerance is Not Enough

Story by Nicholas Carverhill, Guest Columnist On Jan. 27, 2016, Yale-NUS Governing Board Member Ambassador Chan Heng Chee spoke at the Universal Periodic Review of...

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