#NotMyCampus, University of Michigan Trump Voters Say

Conservatives signing petition say university president Mark Schlissel has helped create an atmosphere where they feel marginalized, unsafe.

ANN ARBOR, MI — Hundreds of University of Michigan students have turned around the rallying cry of anti-Donald Trump “not my president” protesters with an online petition — #NotMyCampus — that calls out U-M President Mark Schlissel as not only anti-Trump but also unsympathetic to students who say they have been targeted because they voted for the president-elect.

Some conservative-leaning students who signed the petition said they feel marginalized and, in some cases, unsafe because they voted for Trump. Others accused Schlissel and university officials of coddling students rather than helping preparing them for the real, post-college world where things may not always go their way.