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BREAKING NEWS: Students Protest Trump’s Election

At noon on Nov. 9 students left class to gather in front of the school in protest against the election of Donald Trump. About 600 students rallied in the meadow before roughly 100 students left campus to march to UCSB.

At noon on Nov. 9 students left class to gather in front of the school in protest against the election of Donald Trump. About 600 students rallied in the meadow before roughly 100 students left campus to march to UCSB.

Photo credit: Sam Walker

At noon on Nov. 9 students left class to gather in front of the school in protest against the election of Donald Trump. About 600 students rallied in the meadow before roughly 100 students left campus to march to UCSB.

Photo credit: Sam Walker

Photo credit: Sam Walker

At noon on Nov. 9 students left class to gather in front of the school in protest against the election of Donald Trump. About 600 students rallied in the meadow before roughly 100 students left campus to march to UCSB.

By Jean-Michel Ricard, News Editor

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At 12:00 sharp students across the district walked out of class to rally in protest against the election of Republican candidate Donald Trump as President of the United States. The walkout, organized by the Santa Barbara Student Activist Network, drew a crowd of several hundred students at Dos Pueblos.

Students participating in the walkout gathered in the meadow and chanted slogans before a group of around one hundred students left campus to march to a protest rally at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB).

Student marchers were followed by school officials and given a police escort, and successfully reached and returned from their destination without serious incident. Students participating in the walkout were given unexcused absences for their missed classes, but were otherwise undisturbed in their protest.

Senior Nick Baker climbs a tree in front of Dos Pueblos during the student walk out. Shortly after, students left campus to march to UCSB.

Photo credit: Sam Walker
Senior Nick Baker climbs a tree in front of Dos Pueblos during the student walk out. Shortly after, students left campus to march to UCSB.

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