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In this Sept. 2012 file photo, students walk through the University of Texas at Austin campus in Austin, Texas. This giant flagship campus - once slow to integrate - is now among the most diverse the country. A decade ago, the U.S. Supreme Court essentially sided with race in that argument, upholding the right of colleges to make limited use of racial preferences in admitting students. But in a ruling due in June 2013, the Court is widely expected to roll back that ruling. Such an outcome would shift the focus more toward giving a boost to socio-economically disadvantaged students, regardless of race. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, File)
WASHINGTON: Some Ohioans in town Friday for the inauguration described President Donald Trump as the embodiment of their hopes, while others in the crowd met the watershed moment with wariness and protest.