Some U of M classrooms closed after bomb threat
Eight buildings on the University of Minnesota East Bank campus were closed Wednesday after a professor found a bomb threat in Smith Hall.
The buildings closed were those around the Northrop Mall area. They included Kohltoff, Smith, Frasier, Johnston and Morrill halls as well as the Walter Library and the Science Classroom Building.
All classes and meetings in these buildings have been cancelled for the rest of the day, said University officials.