Finally, that seems to be the line of Dbanj’s song every incoming part two student of the College of Medicine, LUTH, seems to be singing. Finally, they’ve resumed lectures!
Thank God for Medigist’s co-editor Joshua who was informed by the Physiology lecturer about the class. Our first class for the session was Physiology. The topic was General Physiology taken by Dr. Oyelewu. We were introduced to Physiology and went on to learn about Cell Structure and component.
The class was quite fun for starters. The lecturer wasn’t the kind that would advice and scare the class during the first lecture. The only scare was the assignment she gave on FLUID MOSAIC MODEL OF THE CELL MEMBRANE.
Most (all I should say) MBBS and BDS students felt good about resumption. Josh has this to say
“It was pretty shocking resuming on a Thursday after 10months holiday…
The lecture on Its own was good, the class wasn’t boring….it was an opportunity to meet friends..a really great day but it was a time to know that the era of seriousness has started..”
For Uti in BDS, “it felt great, holidays finally over”. Oluwagbemiga agrees on this too. Me? I’d just sigh and thank God I’m leaving home again!
What’s your own opinion? How does it feel to resume?