St. Thomas University receives bomb threat

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Earlier this morning St. Thomas University received a bomb threat. Although it has expired, Upper School principal Max Delgado wrote to students: “As you can imagine, we are in close conversation with the security team at the University of at St. Thomas, and with the St. Paul Police Department. At this time, the St. Paul Police Department is *not* recommending that schools like SPA engage in any activity other than heightened vigilance and calm.”

In an effort to “shrink the student presence in the nearby community” and as an act of “overcaution,” Delago wrote that students should stay on campus for the remainder of the day, even if they have off campus privileges.

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