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Student groups react to concerns over Frosh Week disruptiveness

As we reported last week, residents in Sherbrooke expressed concerns over excessive noise, disorderly behaviour and even thefts in the downtown core during Frosh Week. In an attempt to curb some of these issues, Bishop's University and the University of Sherbrooke student associations are addressing these complaints by changing plans and locations for certain events.

Kim Huet is the president of the Bishop's University students representative council. Leo Fugazza is a spokesperson for the Fédération étudiante de l'Université de Sherbrooke.
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