Several students at Emory University in Atlanta requested a meeting with the school’s president after the words “Trump 2016” were scrawled across campus. Jim Wagner, the university president, said Tuesday he had spoken with some 40 to 50 students after they claimed they were triggered by the words “Trump 2016” and other pro-Trump messages written in chalk on buildings and sidewalks around campus.

The students said they were threatened by the “intimidating” messages, and voiced “genuine concern and pain” to administrators, reports the Associated Press. The president met with students following a protest outside the Emory Administration building Monday in which demonstrators displayed “Stop Trump” and “Stop Hate” signs, with one student yelling, “You are not listening! Come speak to us, we are in pain!” READ MORE