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Students and faculty members at Sydney University Law School are engaged in a dispute over what to do about an exam that was interrupted by a fire alarm. Some students want the entire test to be reheld, but the university is wary of the inconvenience it would cause. Now the Dean of the Law School has angered students with a public letter in which she described their complaints as a 'typhoon in a tea cup'. Source: abc.net.au

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