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But not them: innocent white kids from the suburbs.
They presumed this was post-racial America -- and that they were in an easy-going college town.
Both inside and out, University Mc Donald's was bustling.
But it definitely wasn't the usual daytime crowd –-- clean-cut and mostly white “Aggies” as A&M's students are known.