Most sexual misconduct cases on university campuses go unreported: Survey

The survey by consumer research firm Milieu Insight last week was commissioned after the National University of Singapore decided to overhaul its disciplinary measures against sexual misconduct. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Nearly half of students and recent graduates from Singapore's two largest universities have experienced sexual misconduct on campus, according to a survey commissioned by The Straits Times.

Most of them were on the receiving end of crude jokes or explicit text messages, or were pressured to take part in sexualised orientation games, but some were also victims of more serious incidents.

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