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    Student Unions react to concerns over Frosh Week disruption

    Residents in Sherbrooke expressed concerns over excessive noise, disorderly behaviour and even thefts in the downtown core during Frosh Week. Bishop's and University of Sherbrooke student associations' tell us how they are addressing these concerns.

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