The thousands of students who live on the Louisiana State University campus will be able to return to their dormitories after bomb-sniffing dogs and police methodically swept residential halls Monday following a threat that sparked a campus-wide evacuation.
LSU spokesman Herb Vincent said officials hope to reopen the Baton Rouge campus by Monday night, but they aren’t certain if a building-by-building sweep will be complete before Tuesday.
“Residential Life buildings have now been deemed ready to return to normal operations. That notification is going out now to the campus community,” Vincent said.
Evangeline Hall, a residential building on campus, was reopened first and officials began siphoning some of the 6,000 on-campus residents into the building as the investigation continued, Vincent said. He said residential halls were searched first and buses to and from the campus have been running normally.
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by Tactical-Life / Sep 18, 2012