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NUS is reviewing its ‘two strikes and you’re out’ policy, after the education minister criticised its ‘manifestly inadequate...
The current policy allows first-time offenders to avoid expulsion, as NUS wants to "give the students a chance".
Over 20 students have fallen ill after eating at an NUS residential college – they showed symptoms of gastroenteritis, including diarrhoea and v...
A source familiar with the situation said that the students dined at the Ridge View Residential College on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Singapore millennials care more about family, society and self-growth – than being famous or owning material goods, an OCBC study finds
A whopping 86 per cent of respondents said that their life motivation is to understand their inner selves – compared to only 32 per cent who said that it is to be well-known.
NUS study finds that seniors who eat more mushrooms may have a lower risk of cognitive decline – here’s how much they ate per week
This could be because of the presence of a specific compound called ergothioneine found in almost all mushroom varieties.
NUS' Engineering (Civil and Structural) is the second-best in the whole world.
Weight loss linked to higher risk of death than weight gain among middle-aged and older Chinese Singaporeans
Middle-aged Chinese Singaporeans are at higher risk of early death if they lose a lot of weight.
It looks like NUS' winning streak has come to an end this year.
NUS makes police report, blacklists tech firm following student’s complaint of company director’s inappropriate conduct
Four female students have come forward.
Grab and NUS have created a multi-million dollar ‘AI Lab’ to solve traffic issues across Southeast Asia
The Lab aims to solve problems such as traffic congestion and could possibly reduce travel times by a 1/3rd.
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