On Nov. 9, barely 12 hours after Hillary Clinton conceded the election to Donald Trump, Pitzer College called a community meeting. In this photo, students listen to a speaker's reactions to Trump's leaked audio tapes.

On Nov. 9, barely 12 hours after Hillary Clinton conceded the election to Donald Trump, Pitzer College called a community meeting. In this photo, students listen to a speaker's reactions to Trump's leaked audio tapes.

 Miller Saltzman, a junior at Pitzer College, sits in the Gold Student Center after the conclusion of the meeting.

Miller Saltzman, a junior at Pitzer College, sits in the Gold Student Center after the conclusion of the meeting.

 If the night of Nov. 8 was marked by anger and disbelief, Nov. 9 was unsettling and confusing. As the reality of a Trump presidency began to set in, administrators like David Oxtoby, the president of Pomona College, delivered speeches and talked of sanctuary.

If the night of Nov. 8 was marked by anger and disbelief, Nov. 9 was unsettling and confusing. As the reality of a Trump presidency began to set in, administrators like David Oxtoby, the president of Pomona College, delivered speeches and talked of sanctuary.

 Claremont Colleges students make signs at the Hive, a shared creative space on the west side of campus, before the 5C United Against Hate march on Nov. 11.

Claremont Colleges students make signs at the Hive, a shared creative space on the west side of campus, before the 5C United Against Hate march on Nov. 11.

 Students march down Bonita Ave. during the Claremont Colleges United Against Hate demonstration on Nov. 11, 2016.

Students march down Bonita Ave. during the Claremont Colleges United Against Hate demonstration on Nov. 11, 2016.

 José Calderón, a professor of sociology and Chicano/a-Latino/a studies at Pitzer College, called for the continuation of student activism and the need for official sanctuary campuses.

José Calderón, a professor of sociology and Chicano/a-Latino/a studies at Pitzer College, called for the continuation of student activism and the need for official sanctuary campuses.

 Students listen to statements by their undocumented peers at the conclusion of Claremont Colleges United Against Hate march.

Students listen to statements by their undocumented peers at the conclusion of Claremont Colleges United Against Hate march.

 Student organizers lead chants outside the Honnuld/Mudd library on Nov. 11.

Student organizers lead chants outside the Honnuld/Mudd library on Nov. 11.

 Hundreds of Claremont residents boarded the morning Metrolink trains on Jan. 21 to join the Women's March in Los Angeles, filling them to capacity.

Hundreds of Claremont residents boarded the morning Metrolink trains on Jan. 21 to join the Women's March in Los Angeles, filling them to capacity.

 Participants in the Los Angeles Women's March pose for photos in Union Station on Jan. 21.

Participants in the Los Angeles Women's March pose for photos in Union Station on Jan. 21.

 A demonstrator holds a sign reading "You are not hopeless" during the Women's March in Los Angeles on Jan. 21, 2017.

A demonstrator holds a sign reading "You are not hopeless" during the Women's March in Los Angeles on Jan. 21, 2017.

 Seen from inside a Carl's Jr. restaurant, people march down Broadway during the Women's March in Los Angeles on Jan. 21.

Seen from inside a Carl's Jr. restaurant, people march down Broadway during the Women's March in Los Angeles on Jan. 21.

 A student benefitting from Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals works in his room at Pomona College. He says the potential elimination of the executive order, which Obama signed in 2012, is "an issue that's always in my mind."

A student benefitting from Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals works in his room at Pomona College. He says the potential elimination of the executive order, which Obama signed in 2012, is "an issue that's always in my mind."

 On Nov. 9, barely 12 hours after Hillary Clinton conceded the election to Donald Trump, Pitzer College called a community meeting. In this photo, students listen to a speaker's reactions to Trump's leaked audio tapes.
 Miller Saltzman, a junior at Pitzer College, sits in the Gold Student Center after the conclusion of the meeting.
 If the night of Nov. 8 was marked by anger and disbelief, Nov. 9 was unsettling and confusing. As the reality of a Trump presidency began to set in, administrators like David Oxtoby, the president of Pomona College, delivered speeches and talked of sanctuary.
 Claremont Colleges students make signs at the Hive, a shared creative space on the west side of campus, before the 5C United Against Hate march on Nov. 11.
 Students march down Bonita Ave. during the Claremont Colleges United Against Hate demonstration on Nov. 11, 2016.
 José Calderón, a professor of sociology and Chicano/a-Latino/a studies at Pitzer College, called for the continuation of student activism and the need for official sanctuary campuses.
 Students listen to statements by their undocumented peers at the conclusion of Claremont Colleges United Against Hate march.
 Student organizers lead chants outside the Honnuld/Mudd library on Nov. 11.
 Hundreds of Claremont residents boarded the morning Metrolink trains on Jan. 21 to join the Women's March in Los Angeles, filling them to capacity.
 Participants in the Los Angeles Women's March pose for photos in Union Station on Jan. 21.
 A demonstrator holds a sign reading "You are not hopeless" during the Women's March in Los Angeles on Jan. 21, 2017.
 Seen from inside a Carl's Jr. restaurant, people march down Broadway during the Women's March in Los Angeles on Jan. 21.
 A student benefitting from Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals works in his room at Pomona College. He says the potential elimination of the executive order, which Obama signed in 2012, is "an issue that's always in my mind."

On Nov. 9, barely 12 hours after Hillary Clinton conceded the election to Donald Trump, Pitzer College called a community meeting. In this photo, students listen to a speaker's reactions to Trump's leaked audio tapes.

Miller Saltzman, a junior at Pitzer College, sits in the Gold Student Center after the conclusion of the meeting.

If the night of Nov. 8 was marked by anger and disbelief, Nov. 9 was unsettling and confusing. As the reality of a Trump presidency began to set in, administrators like David Oxtoby, the president of Pomona College, delivered speeches and talked of sanctuary.

Claremont Colleges students make signs at the Hive, a shared creative space on the west side of campus, before the 5C United Against Hate march on Nov. 11.

Students march down Bonita Ave. during the Claremont Colleges United Against Hate demonstration on Nov. 11, 2016.

José Calderón, a professor of sociology and Chicano/a-Latino/a studies at Pitzer College, called for the continuation of student activism and the need for official sanctuary campuses.

Students listen to statements by their undocumented peers at the conclusion of Claremont Colleges United Against Hate march.

Student organizers lead chants outside the Honnuld/Mudd library on Nov. 11.

Hundreds of Claremont residents boarded the morning Metrolink trains on Jan. 21 to join the Women's March in Los Angeles, filling them to capacity.

Participants in the Los Angeles Women's March pose for photos in Union Station on Jan. 21.

A demonstrator holds a sign reading "You are not hopeless" during the Women's March in Los Angeles on Jan. 21, 2017.

Seen from inside a Carl's Jr. restaurant, people march down Broadway during the Women's March in Los Angeles on Jan. 21.

A student benefitting from Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals works in his room at Pomona College. He says the potential elimination of the executive order, which Obama signed in 2012, is "an issue that's always in my mind."

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