Students gather for Trayvon Martin

Students gathered at the Bell Tower on Thursday afternoon to protest the killing of Florida high school student Trayvon Martin.

Students, some wearing hoods, shouted, “I am Trayvon Martin. Do I look suspicious?” as they circled the Bell Tower in march.

Martin, an African American, was shot and killed after a scuffle in Sanford, Fla. on Feb. 26. George Zimmerman, 28, a self-appointed watchman of the community north of Orlando, was found with a handgun, standing over Martin’s dead body.

The scuffle began after Zimmerman saw Martin, who was wearing his hood up and walking home from a convenience store, and placed a 911 call, claiming that the 17-year-old Martin “looked suspicious.”

Martin was found with no weapons or drugs on him, only a pack of Skittles and a bottle of iced tea.

Zimmerman has not been arrested in connection with Martin’s death.