In-person university orientation activities return after two years of Covid-19 curbs

Students practising dance moves for the NUS Rag and Flag event in 2016. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - Orientation programmes for university students are making a comeback after a two-year hiatus, with most schools adopting in-person and virtual segments.

All six autonomous universities here told The Straits Times that they will have in-person activities on campus, after Covid-19 restrictions were eased this year.

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