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Cries of “Black lives matter” rang through the streets of campus Friday afternoon, culminating with about 35 people making a stand on the steps of Hovde Hall of Administration.
Several dozen students took to the streets of campus Friday afternoon to march for the Black Lives Matter movement. The march started at the Black Cultural Center and ended at Hovde Hall of Administration.