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University sanctions removed after students take case to court

Sanctions imposed against ten St. Francis Xavier University have been lifted after court settlement was reached between them and the university.

The student allegedly engaged in a hazing incident and plead guilty during an internal hearing in the fall. The students were punished with a fine, banned from the campus pub and not allowed to participate in students clubs.

The students took the case to court and the settlement lifting restrictions was reached.

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