Authorities have arrested three students at the University of California at Los Angeles, and four others, in charges related to a fight at an off-campus fraternity party, the Los Angeles Times reported. Two of the students are charged with attempted murder, and the third is charged as an accessory. While arrests related to fraternity parties are not rare, arrests of students for attempted murder are. While details of the fight have not been released, authorities said that all of those arrested were "uninvited guests." One student was stabbed in the abdomen at the party and required surgery. Another student was stabbed in the arm and didn't require hospitalization. A third student was hit on his head with a bottle.
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