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Online university orientation programs held because of the COVID-19 outbreak have exposed that a bullying culture among senior students toward their first-year counterparts persists at universities across the country.
Some cases have gone viral, including hazing during orientation for students of Bengkulu University’s School of Engineering in Bengkulu and at Surabaya State University in East Java. Netizens who have tried to expose these practices on social media have also become the targets of cyber bullying.
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Multimedia Editor: Yuliasri Perdani
Multimedia Journalist: Riza Roidila Mufti
Intern Journalist: Dio Suhenda