Students joined thousands from across the city to protest the President-elect.
After weeks of get-out-the-vote efforts and hours of waiting in line at the polls, students protested at the Bell Tower on Wednesday and planned events to discuss the results.
Absentee ballots, which many college students rely on to send their votes, have not arrived in time for Tuesday’s election.
Students had the chance to take photos and meet with the Democratic Senate candidate.
Katie McGinty and Pat Toomey argued about student loans and women’s rights.
Josh Shapiro, a Democrat, suggested a change in how rape kits are administered and encouraged creating more "safe spaces" for care.
The Democratic nominee talked to students about affordable public education and the importance of being involved in the election.
Anti-Trump organizers arranged a “Trump Out of Philly” event outside the meeting in Fairmount.