Our view: UMD request about more than buildings
Last fall the University of Minnesota Duluth turned away 150 prospective students who were hoping to study engineering and then land the good-paying jobs that the Northland’s emerging aviation, mining and other technology-
dependent industries are eager to fill. The school simply didn’t have enough laboratories or other specialized facilities to accommodate the eager undergrads.
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