ISU President Tim Flanagan says stepped-up security measures at Schroeder Hall will continue through this week of classes. University police and security officials have been conducting sweeps through the building and checking bags since a note threatening the placement of a bomb was discovered Tuesday night. Flanagan says nothing has been discovered and the building remains secure. In an update to students being sent today, Flanagan says the incident did not meet the requirements for sending out automatic text alert messages, which are triggered in an emergency situation. Flanagan says students along with Schroeder Hall faculty and staff members have handled the situation with professionalism and care.
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