Duquesne University building reopens after bomb threat

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Duquesne University police searched Fisher Hall tonight after someone discovered a bomb threat scrawled on a bathroom wall.

University spokeswoman Bridget Fare said the threat was discovered in a 6th floor women's restroom about 8 p.m. School police evacuated the building as a precaution and began searching.

The building has since reopened and police said they found no evidence of an explosive.

Ms. Fare said several classes were being held tonight in the building, which is home to the School of Nursing, some labs and modern languages courses, among others. education - mobilehome - neigh_city - breaking


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