Classes contiune at the U after a bomb threat.
Thousands of students were sent home Wednesday after a sheet of paper was found a bathroom sink that threatened bombing was found, reported the Star Tribune. Classes resume at the University of Minnesota Thursday.
Joe Plocher found the note at the bottom of a bathroom sink that was poorly punctuated and threatened the bombing of at least five university buildings by 10 that night, MN daily reported.
Plocher snapped a photo of the note on his cell phone camera and reported it to a faculty member in Smith Hall faculty member. Police were then contacted thousands of students and faculty members on the East Bank campus were evacuated from eight building. The buildings were locked down for the rest of the day and classes were canceled in those buildings, reported the Star Tribune.
Authorities found nothing to be suspicious and re-opened the buildings to resume class Thursday morning