University of Washington Bothell students rally at Bothell City Hall to protest the presidential election of Donald Trump. Photo courtesy of Bothell Police Twitter

UW Bothell students participate in walkout and protest of presidential election

  • Tuesday, November 15, 2016 8:47am
  • News

University of Washington Bothell students walked out of class and marched to Bothell City Hall to protest the presidential election of Donald Trump around 1:30 p.m. on Monday.

The walkout was timed to go forward with many other schools across the state and the nation.

The Bothell Police Department assisted with traffic control as the large number of students walked through the streets to get to and from City Hall.

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