Women’s March: A look at college media coverage
The Women’s March on Washington, combined with the more than 600 sister marches that took place across the United States on Saturday, is believed to be the largest day of protest in the country’s history.
College media outlets were out en masse covering these marches, from major cities such as Washington, Los Angeles and Denver to the smaller demonstrations in locations like Carbondale, Illinois.
While far from a complete listing, here’s a look at the coverage from the college media landscape.
“Activists fill Lexington for women’s march,” Kentucky Kernel, University of Kentucky
“Hundreds of thousands of women march in Washington following inauguration,” The Michigan Daily, University of Michigan
“UCLA students protest Trump at Los Angeles Women’s March,” Daily Bruin, UCLA
“Hopeful, defiant atmosphere pervades Women’s March,” The Miami Hurricane, University of Miami
“Stronger Together, We March On,” The Scarlet & Gray Free Press, UNLV
“Gallery: Women’s March bring demonstrators to Syracuse, New York City and Washington, D.C.,” The Daily Orange, Syracuse University
“Women’s March on Washington,” The News Record, University of Cincinnati
“Carbondale Women’s March draws hundreds in a show of equality, solidarity,” Daily Egyptian, Southern Illinois University
“Pittsburgh takes part in alternative inauguration events and sister marches,” The Pitt News, University of Pittsburgh
“VIDEO: Women’s March on Denver, aimed at Trump administration, draws over 100,000,” CU Independent, University of Colorado
“After the march, action,” The Daily Iowan, University of Iowa
” ‘Moving and beautiful’: UMD students join 500,000 for Women’s March on Washington,” The Diamondback, University of Maryland
“VIDEO: The March on Lansing,” The State News, Michigan State University
“Women’s March on Austin,” The Daily Texan, University of Texas
“Disrupting whiteness at the Women’s March on St. Louis,” Student Life, Washington University, St. Louis
“Lincoln women join in day of mass demonstration,” The Daily Nebraskan, University of Nebraska
“Women’s March in Helena,” Montana Kaimin, University of Montana