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Public Service Announcement: Notorious PSET Strangler Still at Large

January 18, 2013 9:00 amComments Off on Public Service Announcement: Notorious PSET Strangler Still at Large
Public Service Announcement: Notorious PSET Strangler Still at Large

The Stanford Police Department would like to notify all students to be on the lookout for the highly dangerous and unpredictable criminal madman known only as “The PSET Strangler.”  Reports vary as to the outlaw’s physical appearance, with eyewitnesses placing the Strangler anywhere between 4 and 8 feet tall. “He […]

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Bollard Shows No Signs of Remorse

May 1, 2010 12:33 pm0 comments
Bollard Shows No Signs of Remorse

OLD UNION—For years, bollards have served the Stanford community well, peacefully reminding cars of their boundaries and nudging bikers to the most efficient route.  But last week, one bollard went too far.  Last Tuesday, Freshman Doug Dibble was knocked from his bike by Bollard 25B outside of Old Union.
 
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Stanford Police Crack Down on Seat Theft

March 10, 2010 12:05 am0 comments
Stanford Police Crack Down on Seat Theft

It seems safe, but there are seat-thefts happening every day here. TRESSIDER UNION–Ever since there have been chairs and lunches, there have been people taking other peoples’ reserved seats. This issue recently hit a climax in Tressider Union and Axe and Palm, and campus police are seeking to rectify the […]

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Campus Police Give Up, Replace ‘STOP’ Signs With ‘GO’ Signs

October 12, 2008 2:10 am0 comments
Campus Police Give Up, Replace ‘STOP’ Signs  With ‘GO’ Signs

By Stanley Waters STANFORD—Last Thursday, in an act many have seen coming for over a decade, Stanford’s campus police department announced its decision to remove all stop signs from the Stanford campus. The initiative is designed to cut down on crime and ease the heavy workload on campus police. “Every […]

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