Photo Story: Students Protest in Advocacy of Human Rights

About 40 protesters gathered in Marsh Plaza Friday night despite cold and windy weather to discuss the aftermath of the election of Donald Trump. The event, organized by the Boston University Hoochie Woman Feminist Magazine, allowed faculty and students to voice their thoughts and fears.

It has been a week since Donald Trump was chosen as our President-elect, and since then, protests have erupted across the country. From Auburn, Alabama to Houston, Texas to high school students in Los Angeles, California, students across the country walked out, raised signs, and protested the election of Donald Trump. BU’s protest remained peaceful and pensive as students reflected on the future of our country.

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Carolyn Komatsoulis is the head photo editor of the Quad, an aspiring political and investigative reporter, and most importantly, an aspiring dog owner. She loves telling stories, meeting new people, and informing the world what the best places to eat are.

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