Protesters were out on the campus of Vanderbilt University to voice their thoughts on the results of the presidential election.
For a few hours Friday afternoon, students, alumni, grad students, and even faculty walked around campus chanting.
They started at the library, walked along 21st Avenue, then to the student center, law school, administration building, and eventually, they ended back at the library.
Some in the crowd said they took part in the protest because they're disappointed with the election results.
They have been hoping the voices of the middle class are heard.