‘U’ cancels some classes after threat

Associated Press

MINNEAPOLIS — The University of Minnesota canceled late Tuesday afternoon and evening classes in three West Bank buildings after university police received a bomb threat.

The university said Blegen Hall, the Social Sciences Tower and Anderson Hall were evacuated and closed for the day and evening.

Police searched the buildings and found nothing.

Classes in those buildings will resume Wednesday morning.

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