How some UM-Duluth medical faculty are irritating students

“As a student it’s really frustrating to hear. Because it’s like, ‘I thought you were here to help me learn."

-- Jamie Totman, vice president of the second-year class at the University of Minnesota - Duluth's medical school, on the decision by some faculty not to allow their lectures to be recorded despite the U's move to do so.

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