As some of the final votes were being cast in what had become an extremely contentious presidential election cycle, Texas Lutheran University staff, students, visitors and more were offered a place to wind down from the stress on campus.

University organizers set up an area called The Purple Zone, not red or blue, to get away from the separation some members of the community have felt, said Ashlie Ford, TLU director of marketing and communications.

Dalondo Moultrie is the assistant managing editor of the Seguin Gazette. You can e-mail him at dalondo.moultrie@seguingazette.com .

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