Yale-NUS College students demand greater role in school policies

The student representative body of Yale-NUS College will have a say in who eventually becomes the dean of students.
The student representative body of Yale-NUS College will have a say in who eventually becomes the dean of students. PHOTO: ST FILE

SINGAPORE - The student representative body of Yale-NUS College has been given a position in the search committee for a new dean of students, following a series of feuds with the school leadership.

The 13 elected members, who represent the 800 students enrolled in the liberal arts college, will have a say in who eventually fills the role that handles all aspects of student life, including residential living and student organisations.

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