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Students react to Janet Napolitano’s visit to UCLA

By Neil Bedi, Brandon Choe, Agnijita Kumar

Oct. 13, 2013 9:54 p.m.

A student kneels with a bag over her head as a representation of the people deported during Napolitano's time as Secretary of Homeland Security.

(Brandon Choe/Daily Bruin)

Students take part in a protest in Bruin Plaza during Napolitano's Friday visit to campus.

(Neil Bedi/Daily Bruin)

Students march from Bruin Plaza to Bruin Plate, where Napolitano took part in a lunch with student leaders.

(Neil Bedi/Daily Bruin)

UC President Janet Napolitano walks past student protesters on her way into Bruin Plate for a lunch with student leaders.

(Neil Bedi/Daily Bruin)

Second-year undeclared student Khushboo Kataria expresses frustration over the treatment of Muslim individuals after 9/11.

(Agnijita Kumar/Daily Bruin)

Students protest outside as Napolitano meets with students for lunch at Bruin Plate.

(Alex Hu/Daily Bruin)

Fifth-year international developmental studies student Antonio Elizondo protests outside Bruin Plate.

(Agnijita Kumar/Daily Bruin)

Napolitano talks to the media after her lunch with student leaders.

(Neil Bedi/Daily Bruin)

University of California President Janet Napolitano walks toward center field for the coin toss before the start of Saturday's game.

(Blaine Ohigashi/Daily Bruin)

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