Protest held in opposition to military action against Syria

Senior political science major Jenny Church holds a sign advocating for peace during MoveOn’s vigil Monday against a United States military strike in Syria. Photo by Justin Perry  |  The Appalachian
King Street was the location of one of the 224 nationwide vigils Monday opposing a strike against Syria.
Approximately 30 protesters attended the vigil and some held signs and chanted “no more war.”  

The vigil, held in front of the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, was put on by the political action group MoveOn and organized by the local host, Kathryn Dalton.  

Dalton said she thought the event was a success, and that she would like to see political differences resolved through collaboration.

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