A violent, racially motivated assault broke out in the Student Center around noon on April 15 when one man apparently was jumped by at least two others and thrown up against the glass windows of the Student Activities office, witnesses said.
Three men involved in the fight have been identified and are awaiting disciplinary action, according to college officials.
The attack was an escalation of an argument about skin color, said Mike Hernandez, a 25-year-old education student who witnessed the fight.
“It was light skin versus dark skin,” he said.
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Unbeknownst to many students at Washtenaw Community College, a greenhouse resides at the very top of the LA building.
On April 10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the first floor of the Student Center will be overrun with 20-plus participants representing Earth Day.