Hundreds of students at the Washington State University wore red Tuesday to show support for gay students who were attacked earlier this month.

The students held a noon rally on the campus and then marched to the administration building calling for greater protections for gays at the university.

There have been no arrests in the three separate attacks.

In one of the assault three men wearing Halloween masks knocked a gay man to the ground and kicked him repeatedly. Police said that the man suffered a collapsed lung.

Victims of the two other attacks were not seriously hurt.  In all three instances anti-gay remarks were made by the assailants but police do not know if the three attacks were committed by the same people.

Two of the attacks occurred on campus.  The third took place just outside the campus.

If the attackers are found they will likely be charged with hate crimes a Pullman Police spokesperson said.

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