WASHINGTON - Students across America have united to protest against Donald Trump's presidential win.
In light of the presidential election, many people are at a complete loss for words. Whether happy or disheartened, people have turned to social media to express their emotions.
Taking it even further, scores of students across the country have collectively gathered at their schools to speak against Donald Trump.
With heavy hearts, many students can be seen carrying signs and chanting on campus grounds. Others have chosen a more perplexing route.
Just take at look at what some schools in America have to say in their protests against Donald Trump:
In disbelief of the outcome of the 2016 presidential election, students gathered on school grounds to protest with signs that read "Stand With Immigrant Workers."
In addition, the burning of the American Flag. Which upset other students. Click here to read more.
Flag burning at American University. Wow. pic.twitter.com/V0NZsfNMyz— Meh (@madelineele) November 9, 2016
New York University
"Love trumps hate," is what students from NYU wrote on signs as they gathered in Washington Square Park to heal together.
University of North Texas
In Denton Texas, a peaceful demonstration occurred at the University of North Texas. Students gathered outside for prayer and spread love by offering "free hugs" to those in need.
"I'm a survivor and I love myself." "I'm a black woman and I love myself." "I'm a white male and I'm sorry. I love all of you." "I'm mentally ill, I'm a woman, and I am...learning to love myself." . . . . I'm in tears. Peaceful support and solidarity at #UNT today. So much #diversity and love. This is my UNT.
University of Texas
The University of Texas held Anti-Trump protests on campus-- many students claiming to be proud of their school.
This is my school and I am so proud pic.twitter.com/VotttyLDqF— Naveen Malik (@naveenxmalik) November 9, 2016
UT Tower🐂, free speech. USA🇺🇸 is an unique country. History show us that a person who rise to power like this way, always commit calamities against people from different backgrounds and beliefs. My generation and our children's generations will pay the consequences of our acts. However there is always hope and we have to work harder to make our world, beautiful. Remember that the true definition of Love is willing the good of the other as other. #election2016
We stand together ❤️ pic.twitter.com/7EnUctc3Fh— Lo (@laurenikole) November 9, 2016
In Oakland, California, three bay high schools staged walkouts Wednesday morning in opposition of the presidential outcome. Click here for more details on the story.