BOSTON (WHDH) — A warning urging students and staff to avoid part of campus and existing housing has been issued at Northeastern University after an alleged bomb threat was made, according to Boston police.
The University Police Department said at 10:40 p.m. that police activity was ongoing at the Curry Student Center. In a NU alert, officials urged the campus community to avoid the area and seek shelter while emergency responders intervene.
According to the Boston Police Department, a bomb threat was made Thursday night and a bomb squad was in the area of 346 Huntington Ave.
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