Three Ivy League schools receive bomb threats, officials say
Officials at Cornell, Columbia and Brown universities ordered partial campus evacuations after receiving bomb threats on Sunday.
- Columbia University issued a campus-wide emergency alert after receiving threats, though the school later said they were deemed "not credible" by the New York Police Department.
- Several buildings on the Brown University campus were also evacuated Sunday due to a bomb threat, but were cleared for re-occupancy shortly before 6pm ET, the student newspaper, the Brown Daily Herald, reported.
What's more: The threats on Sunday follow a similar incident on Friday at Yale, where several buildings were evacuated also due to a bomb threat, per the Yale Daily News.