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SBS BUS CRASHES INTO NTU CAMPUS BUS STOP, UPROOTS NEARBY LAMP POST

An SBS Transit Service 179 bus crashed into a bus stop in Nanyang Technological University (NTU) close to the School of Biological Sciences on Tuesday morning. The impact of the crash uprooted a nearby lamp post. Apart from damage to the bumper and front windscreen, no passengers or commuters waiting at the bus stop were hurt in the accident.

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PAP LIED ABOUT THE PERCENTAGE OF FOREIGN STUDENTS IN LOCAL UNI NUS AND NTU

Out of 100 Singaporeans qualified for university, 35 have been deprived of places and given to foreign students. The PAP misrepresented by saying 20% are foreign students. The latest university ranking exercise by London-based Times Higher Education (THE) has raised questions about the exact composition of local and international students in Singapore universities....

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REAL PROPORTION OF FOREIGN STUDENTS IN NUS & NTU: 21% OR 34%?

The vast majority of university places have gone to Singaporeans. In AY2012, Singaporean students comprised 79%, while International Students and Permanent Residents comprised 16% and 5% of the universities’ intake respectively.” However, the percentage of international students is 34 and 33 per cent for NUS and NTU respectively, according to the Times Higher Education Rankings. Presumably, these statistics were provided by the universities? So, why are they so much higher than the 21 per cent in the Parliamentary reply?

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NTU WARNS STUDENTS TO STOP MASTURBATING IN SHOWERS AS IT CLOGS UP PIPES

Jeffri sent in a screenshot of an alleged notification put up by NTU's Hall of Residence 8 warning students to stop masturbating in the showers. The letter stated that due to this pervasive activity in the showers, numerous pipe blockages were discovered and after investigations, it was due to the accumulated pubic hair and semen. In response, the "school authorities" have deemed the situation intolerable and will be conducting DNA testing to identify the culprits if the problem persists.

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POINTLESS TO HAVE SO MANY UNIVERSITIES IN SINGAPORE?

We used to have Singapore University and Nantah. Now we have University of Singapore, Nanyang Technology University, Singapore Management University, USIM, SUTD, SIT, Yale Singapore Joint Campus and many others in the private sector joining here and there. What is the purpose of so many universities? Is it not the official view telling students there is no need for a university education when such a thought goes against the need for more and more universities?

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ONLINE BUZZ AS PRETTY NTU STUDENT PUTS HER SEXY LINGERIE UP FOR SALE

Netizens are going amok after a pretty NTU student posted a carousell advertise selling her used panties and lingerie. Although she did not reveal her face, she did take some super flattering pictures of her pre-loved clothes and herself. Some men have since pretended to meet up on the pretext of buying her products but ended up flying her aeroplane.

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NTU PRC SCHOLAR DIES FROM 3 STOREY FALL, FRIENDS SUSPECT FOUL PLAY

Year 4 Nanyang Technological University (NTU) student Gao HY, who was identified as a SM2.5 PRC scholar on the Electrical Engineering (EEE) degree track, was found lying in a pool of blood on the ground floor of Hall 10 (Block 51) on Sunday. She was discovered by friends, who saw her bleeding profusely from the head. They called the police, who later cordoned off the area and covered her body with a large white sheet.

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NUS,NTU: STOP TAKING SELFIES DURING GRADUATION CEREMONY!

When Nanyang Technological University (NTU) communication studies graduate Terence Heng, 26, went on stage last August to collect his degree scroll, there was something else he wanted - a wefie with the presiding officer. He pulled out his iPhone, fumbled with its buttons - almost dropping the device at one point - and snapped the shot.

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NTU DEVELOPS NEW ANTIBODY TO SPEED UP FLU RECOVERY

Scientists from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) have developed an antibody with the potential to help patients suffering from pneumonia and influenza to recover faster, the varsity said in a news release on Tuesday (Feb 10). The scientists - from NTU’s School of Biological Sciences, Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology, National University of Singapore (NUS) and doctors from National University Health System – are now using the antibody to develop a diagnostic kit.

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