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When College Students Live Next Door
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When College Students Live Next Door

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When College Students Live Next Door

When College Students Live Next Door
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College students and families don't always make the best neighbors. One Louisiana man has an uneasy truce with some of the young people on his street.

Ed Cullen is a columnist at the Baton Rouge Sunday Advocate and the author of Letter in a Woodpile.

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