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Bomb threat at Mississippi Valley State University



At 7 a.m., Mississippi Valley State University posted this on their social media page:

“Due to a Bomb threat received through the Mississippi Valley State University guardhouse earlier this morning, Tuesday, February 1, 2022, MVSU is currently on lockdown, and campus police are conducting a complete investigation. School officials are working with local emergency personnel to investigate and determine the extent of the threat. All classes will be held through the virtual platform; all on-campus students will remain in their residence halls until it has been determined it is safe, and campus police have issued an all-clear. All persons on campus are advised to shelter-in-place until further information is available.
Only essential staff will be allowed on campus. Employees will work remotely, and staff will be required to wear visible campus identification. Students are scheduled to receive brunch from 10-1 p.m. All faculty, staff, and students will receive an all-clear once it has been determined it is safe through the MVSU alert system, MVSU News, and MVSU social media platforms.”
There is no further information available at this time.
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