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NUS Peeping Tom case: Another female student allegedly filmed in bathroom, male student arrested

SINGAPORE (ANN): A female student at the National University of Singapore (NUS) was allegedly filmed by another student in a bathroom at one of the residence halls on Saturday (May 11) morning.

Mahathir and wife return to their alma mater

IT was a mini reunion for the medicine class of 1947 of the King Edward VII College of Medicine. It was short but sweet and nostalgic for nine of them.

Incubating tech-based start-ups

NUS to spend S$25mil (RM76mil) over five years and use latest technologies to do so

Hikers rescue woman called Hai Khing

QUICK action by a group of 20 hikers may have saved the life of a woman who fainted while hiking up a steep trail near Bukit Cendana on Penang Hill.

Hikers rescue woman in trouble on ‘Rocket Trail’

GEORGE TOWN: Quick action by a group of some 20 hikers may have saved the life of a woman who fainted while hiking up a steep trail near Bukit Cendana here.

Students for life

The National University of Singapore aims to weave lifelong learning into higher education to prepare alumni for future jobs.

Classes for alumni

ALUMNI of the National University of Singapore (NUS) will be able to sit in on classes at their alma mater, in a three-year scheme billed as being in line with the Government’s SkillsFuture movement.

NUS launches internships

RECOGNISING the value of internships, the National University of Singapore (NUS) is restructuring its curriculum to allow some of its students to go on work attachments for as long as 18 months, starting from the new academic year in August.

Still going strong Residents association celebrates its golden anniversary

MALACCA: The Ujong Pasir Housing Estates Residents Association (Upera) commemorated its golden anniversary with a gala dinner themed “Together We Are One Family, Good Neighbours and Friends”.

NUS lowers grade to let more students qualify for honours

MORE than eight in 10 students on the four-year direct honours degree courses at public universities here graduate with honours or the equivalent.