Yahoo Poll: Are NUS' new sanctions for sexual misconduct sufficiently tough?

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SINGAPORE — The National University of Singapore (NUS) Review Committee has proposed tougher sanctions for sexual misconduct offences following a recent public outcry over a peeping tom incident in a university hostel.

Among the proposed sanctions are: a minimum one calendar year suspension period from the university for sexual misconduct offences, an expulsion for severe offences, and a certification of rehabilitation before an offender is permitted to return to campus.

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