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Residential trade-offs

Living in a university town has benefits, without question. The wide array of services aimed at the students and their sometimes-visiting parents far outstrip anything that would arise to serve the residents of the town alone.

The downside—or at least part of it—seems to include a police helicopter cruising the neighborhood around the end of major sporting events, and articles in the newspaper explaining what the town and campus police departments are planning in order to restrain rioting.

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