What was missing from move-in weekend at St. Cloud State? Chaos

17,000 students are going back to school at St. Cloud State University this week. Many moved into dorms and other student housing over the weekend. Some long-time neighbors say the well-behaved move-in weekend was a far cry from the boozy chaos of years gone by.
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17,000 students are going back to school at St. Cloud State University this week. Many moved into dorms and other student housing over the weekend. Some long-time neighbors say the well-behaved move-in weekend was a far cry from the boozy chaos of years gone by.

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