U students join in protest against Iran election

Katherine Lymn

About 30 Iranian U students protested the Iran election procedures on Monday, waving signs and singing revolutionary songs, and asking "Where is my vote?"  The students believe the presidential election procedures in the Iran election involved fraud, and unfairly handed victory to President Mahmoud Ahmadijenad. 

The students were also voicing their concern over the beatings suffered by protesters elsewhere.

The students, who joined protesters around the world, began the demonstration outside Coffman Memorial Union at noon and proceeded to move along Northrop Mall, according to The Star Tribune.