WWU students stage sit-in over handling of hate crime investigation


Students took over the president's office at Western Washington University on Monday night to show their outrage over the handling of a hate crime investigation.

Their concern is that a fellow student was arrested for vandalizing the school with racist and homophobic graffiti, but the university is still allowing him limited access back on campus.

“We don't feel that the university is responding in the best way that they could,” said Kiaya Wilson, one of the students taking part in the sit-in.

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 - 9:23am