Aggies do not lie, cheat or steal but the campus' biggest problem is theft, according to University police.
In 2003, more than a half million dollars in property was stolen from the university and students.
Hot items include bicycles, lap tops and back packs. But 44-percent of that amount was recovered by police.
This year already a quarter of a million dollars has been stolen.
Police say students get a false sense of security that makes them an open target.
Half of all arrests made by the university police are not university students.
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