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Two New Orleans students assaulted

Youth from Loyola is stabbed in fight

By John Ellement and Sarah Schweitzer
Globe Staff / September 15, 2005

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Two Loyola University students, both survivors of Hurricane Katrina, had fled for the semester and enrolled at Boston College. But yesterday morning, in what was supposed to be their safe harbor, one student's nose was broken in a fight on a Brighton street, and his friend, who had rushed to rescue him, was stabbed in the chest, police said. (Full article: 761 words)

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