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‘Video clip within curriculum, no morals violated’

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KUWAIT CITY, April 10: A group of second-year students of the Kuwait University’s College of Medicine denounced the discussions related to the video crisis that a professor presented during one of the lectures, reports Al-Jarida daily. In a statement signed by 126 male and female students, they pointed out that “the video clip shown during one of the lectures at the college was an explanation of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) in the context of the educational curriculum, as there are clear exaggerations in the description of the section referred to from some accepted, and “we note that the faculty member who presented the clip was keen to present the parts that fit the scientific material, in a way that does not contradict public morals.”

The statement added: “We condemn the behavior of some colleagues and they resorting to external parties to publicly review the issue, while there are representatives of the batch who can communicate directly with the university administration, and that the principle is to proceed with the matter formally and submit it to the administration for investigation and is accountable for the shortcomings, if any, without any other interference.

“Moreover, we affirm our confidence in the investigation committee, which will reveal the details of the incident in all impartiality, which will do justice to the right, and ensure that the freedom of the academic field, which was originally established for the benefit of the curricula and students, is not violated.

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