(From left) Ball State art professors Michelle Duran, Jacinda Russell, Hannah Barnes and Natalie Phillips pose for a group photo during the Women's March on Jan. 21. The professors traveled to Washington, D.C. to protest the inauguration of President Trump. // Photo Provided
Ball State professors protest inauguration
A group of Ball State art department professors travelled to Washington, D.C. on Inauguration Day not only to make their voices heard, but also to represent some of their students.
The group of professors created signs that had the words "Loser," "Racist," "Liar" and "Nope" on top of a drawing of Donald Trump. Of that group, Jacinda Russell, associate professor of art, and Michelle Duran, assistant professor of art history, talked to the Daily News and shared their experiences from that day.