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Hillary Clinton’s Student Blasts Her For Uninspiring Lectures, Reciting Book ‘Word For Word’

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Hillary Clinton’s class on “decision-making” at Columbia University was criticized by a student for lacking unique insights, with the student feeling that Clinton mainly recited passages from her book and didn’t establish a relatable professor-student relationship.

The student expressed disappointment in the lack of new insights and examples, wishing for more vulnerability and discussion about Clinton’s decision-making process.

“I would have really, really hoped that she would bring in some more unique insights… rather than her almost basically reciting passages from her book word for word during lecture,” student Laalitya Acharya said. (Trending: Anthony Fauci Questioned About Evidence Behind COVID Restrictions)

“[There was a] kind of the divide between the students and the professors… I’d hoped that over the course of the semester, [Clinton] would start to loosen up a little bit.”

“We’d get to know more about [Clinton] as an individual and really be able to have… a professor/student relationship rather than just having her talk at us,” she said.

“This, however, wasn’t the case, and pretty much for the entire semester, it felt very much like a one-sided speaking engagement where [Clinton and Yarhi-Milo] were just talking at us,” she said.

“And that was definitely frustrating because a big part of why we were in the class was to understand more about decision-making, why people made the decisions that they did.”

Additionally, the student felt that Clinton became more like a politician as the semester progressed, rather than presenting herself as a professor.

“Usually whenever you start to… get to know [politicians] more on a personal basis, you start to like them a little bit more because they become more humanized. Over the course of the semester, though, I feel like Hillary Clinton became more of a politician than she was at the end,” Acharya said.

“In addition, Hillary Clinton didn’t really bring up any examples or any instances or insights that she ‘hasn’t already mentioned in her book or in published articles,” she added.

“I would have really, really hoped that she would bring in some more unique insights and… more vulnerability and discussion on why she made the decisions that she did, what her insights were, what her thoughts were.”

The student said she believed Clinton could have “been more honest” with the students.

“So while I don’t regret taking the class, I think there are definitely places where she could have been more honest with us because she wasn’t in her role as secretary of state or politician. She was there as a professor to teach, and I wish that she had embraced that role a little bit more,” she said.

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