Hundreds of students took part in a protest against anti-LGBT+ demonstrators at a university in New Jersey. Demonstrators had gathered outside Rowan University in Glassboro, holding hateful signs towards women, Muslims and LGBT. However, students soon formed a counter protest on the campus, holding signed which read: “Hate has no home here.” Two students were arrested for throwing fizzy drinks at the protestors, according to ABC News. University President Ali Houshmand released a statement to the community on social media, saying that he is extremely proud of his campus members who bravely stood up for inclusion and diversity. “Rowan University is committed to providing a safe and inclusive environment for all members of the community and rejects the abhorrent sentiments expressed by the protesters,” he wrote. Rbrey Duane Singleton, the Student Government Association president, also released a statement, saying that they are going to resist hate as long as they are alive.