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    The contentious and controversial election is over, but for some, the worries and fears are still hovering over. Yuliana Ambriz, a student of University of Washington Tacoma, spent the lunch hours with other students to offer free hugs on campus. "It means a lot to see people care each other," she said. "For selfish reason, I need a free hug. But I know that other people need it too."

The contentious and controversial election is over, but for some, the worries and fears are still hovering over. Yuliana Ambriz, a student of University of Washington Tacoma, spent the lunch hours with other students to offer free hugs on campus. "It means a lot to see people care each other," she said. "For selfish reason, I need a free hug. But I know that other people need it too." Mantai Chow mchow@mcclatchy.com
The contentious and controversial election is over, but for some, the worries and fears are still hovering over. Yuliana Ambriz, a student of University of Washington Tacoma, spent the lunch hours with other students to offer free hugs on campus. "It means a lot to see people care each other," she said. "For selfish reason, I need a free hug. But I know that other people need it too." Mantai Chow mchow@mcclatchy.com

Free hugs offered at UW Tacoma post-election

November 16, 2016 12:24 PM

UPDATED November 16, 2016 06:48 PM

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