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During the rest of "The Game" between Harvard and Yale, hundreds of students, alumni and faculties of both schools took to the field to protest against climate change and demanded that universities dispose of fossil fuels.

Harvard led Yale to the Yale Bowl in New Haven, Conn., 15-3, but the game took a back seat for a 48-minute delay.

One sign was: "No one wins: Yale and Harvard are complicit in climate injustice."

A tweet from Divest Harvard, a group that advocates for the prestigious Ivy League university to divest its donation property in the fossil fuel industry, said, "demand DIVISION of fossil fuels & cancel holdings in Puerto Rico debt."

According to Yale News, protesters were singing "Okay, boomer," and "that's what democracy looks like."

Reportedly, most Protestants left the field at the request of the police, but others refused to leave. Some arrests were made before the game resumed.

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