Sex and consent on campus: S'pore universities still grappling with sexual misconduct incidents

More than a year after the Monica Baey voyeurism saga, Singapore universities are still grappling with incidents of sexual misconduct. The Sunday Times looks at what has been done to address the problem, and how there is still room for improvement in the way such cases are handled.

In a survey, nearly 60 per cent of students reported that they were taking precautions such as using busier routes to get around campus. ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE
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SINGAPORE - Earlier this year, Ms Lynn Neo started locking the door of her hostel room whenever she took a nap.

The third-year business student at the National University of Singapore (NUS) would also keep a lookout for men entering the toilet when she was in the shower, and would not let strangers - men or women - follow her into her residential college.

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