The majority of students in attendance supported Bernie Sanders, although there were a few supporters for Donald Trump and John Kasich. The student-led panel explained their voting decisions and debated about the candidates. They also discussed how they will vote in the general election.
"If he [Sanders] doesn't win, I will back Hillary, hesitantly," said student Ratasha Smith. "But I am a Democrat, so if that's what we have to do to beat Trump and not have a President Trump, I'm going to do that."
Sophomore Robert Kiely, a registered Independent and member of College Republicans, said he would rather vote for a Democrat than Donald Trump.
"I wasn't too surprised about Trump winning Connecticut because he's a front-runner in everything," said Kiely. "He'll probably win the nomination. But me personally, I wouldn't want Trump to win the nomination because I wouldn't want him to be the face of the Republican Party."
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump won the primaries in Connecticut.
See the full results of the Tuesday night primaries here.