Bomb Threat At Oregon State University

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By Paul Johnson

Corvallis, Oregon (CNN) - Oregon state university students are back in their dorms -- after they were evacuated Thursday night because of a bomb threat.
Thousands of students were evacuated after the o-s-u department of public safety says an unidentified caller told them there was a bomb in one of the dorms.
Students were able to go to the library or the student union to wait.
Many students instead waited outside their dorms.
"It's a major inconvenience. Because it's midterms and people have tests. And it's just a bad time to have this."
Investigators searched each dorm and gave the all-clear about two hours after the evacuation.
Authorities are asking for the public's help in finding the person who made the threat.


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