Sally Schilling | Capital Public Radio
After election results were announced, hundreds of UC Davis students marched through campus and downtown Davis to air their frustrations with the outcome of the presidential election. On Wednesday several of the campus' cultural and support centers held counseling sessions to help students process the election outcome.
Sheri Atkinson is the Executive Director of Community Resource And Retention Centers at UC Davis.
"We're having spaces with our community counselors who are available who will speak with students," says Atkinson.
She anticipates there will be discussion of how students can take action now that the election is over.
"In some preliminary conversations that we've had with students I think that is one of the questions: what can we help students do or kind of direct their responses? And there's a lot of different options that students may choose to do that in."
Tuesday night's protest in Davis was loud but peaceful and there were no arrests.
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