Stanford students who occupied president’s office charged with felony burglary

A group of people has been charged with felony burglary after protesters at Stanford University barricaded themselves inside the school president’s office. The group included 12 protesters and a Stanford Daily reporter, according to the student publication.

The people had been detained by the Stanford University Department of Public Safety and the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office on Wednesday, and several, including the reporter, were released on bail that night. As the students were being removed, one public safety officer was injured. Students were suspended and banned from campus until June 12, and seniors will not be allowed to graduate.

“Any arrested students who were eligible to graduate will not be able to receive their diploma while their conduct case is pending with the university’s Office of Community Standards, and they will not be able
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