University Of Minnesota Hosting Support Groups For Liberals Depressed Over Trump Victory
Really odd, I don’t recall anyone offering me counseling and support when I was upset by Obama being elected. Not just once, but twice.
At the University of Minnesota, some students burst into a shouting match the day after Donald Trump’s stunning election victory.
At the same time, Macalester College tried to calm jittery nerves by offering students counseling, while a University of Wisconsin campus denounced a display of racist graffiti at the home of several students.
The presidential election was clearly raising tensions on college campuses Wednesday, as students struggled to digest the results of one of the most bitter presidential elections in memory.
“I guess it’s really setting in right now,” said Sam Wondimu, 20, a U health services major who was one of dozens of students gathered around a single laptop at the Black Student Union, watching in grim silence as President Obama spoke about Trump’s election.
“There’s a considerable amount of sadness,” Wondimu said, and “I guess a bit of fear.” More