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NUS’s “First #MeToo Incident” Was in 2019; New College to be Less Autonomous: Tan Eng Chye

Tan described the need for the New College policies to fit into the wider NUS ecosystem, which may affect several Yale-NUS policies, including those on sexual misconduct.

Double Standards at Yale-NUS: Reporting Faculty Misconduct

Differing expectations make it easy for faculty to escape the scrutiny that students cannot. 

Results of Sexual Climate Survey Announced at Town Hall

The recent sexual climate survey showed that while over 95% of respondents agreed that Yale-NUS faculty and staff treat students with respect, only 37.8% agreed or strongly agreed, that those who commit misconduct are held accountable for their actions. Akanksha reports.

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