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Why rollouts need to end on campus

If someone were to suggest breaking into houses early in the morning and wake up all the people who live there in order to welcome one of them to a group, we would call that a crime. But under the auspices of tradition, Stanford students do exactly this. Roll-outs are an unnecessary inconvenience on our campus, and we would build a safer, stronger community without them.

Car thefts concern police

Nine car burglaries have occurred in Parking Structure 6 (PS6), located beneath Wilbur Field, since early June, including three break-ins that have occurred in the last two weeks. The method of entry has been smashing windows, and items stolen were primarily GPS devices, according to William Larson, spokesperson for the Department of Public Safety (DPS).