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Seton Hall Reopens After Bomb Threat

Thursday, May 30, 2013

education, classroom, school, school supplies, class, teachers, students (Stephen Nessen/WNYC)

Seton Hall University reopened Thursday evening after a false bombs threat forced an evacuation of the main campus earlier that day.

Police said they found no evidence of explosives. The evacuation was prompted by a posting on Facebook that said there was a "bomb in every building" on the campus, according to the Star Ledger.

Seton Hall summer classes began last week.

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