As a law student, I complain a lot. About the workload, the job prospects, the law itself.
The results of the presidential election have me counting my privileges like lucky stars. Never before have I felt so grateful for my law degree.
Friends of different races and religions called late Tuesday night as they discovered, in real time, what their nation really thought about them. I wept too.
To them and to me, a Trump presidency signals a woeful move backward in progress. After electing the first black president, we have just elected a president endorsed by the KKK.
But we will not forget what he has said. We will not forget what he has done. We will stay angry.
He is not my President.
Mackenzie Sheehy, University of Kansas School of Law, Class of 2018