Nate Lambert ’20 reports as follows (watch for pictures from the march soon):
We got to the Shady Grove Metro stop at around 6 a.m. but were not on the actual Metro until about 8:30 because the line to get tickets was so incredibly crowded! Most of us didn’t see the rally itself in person, but as one can watch the speeches on YouTube at anytime, most of us actually preferred just walking around reading as many signs as we could and taking in the whole experience before the march itself began. We weren’t able to meet up with the Women’s Center which I think was a blessing in disguise because it was so jam-packed. The march ended up going pretty far past the White House despite initial plans because of how many people showed up. We all reconvened at the Metro stop around 5 p.m. and got back to Princeton around 11 p.m. We all so appreciated your help in making this trip possible for us—it really did feel life-changing to see so many different people united under one cause!