Cornell University evacuates students for a bomb threat

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Students were evacuated from multiple buildings at Cornell University on Sunday after police received a call about a bomb threat Sunday.

The University has been keeping people updated on Twitter. The school said police got a call about bombs being placed under four different building on campus. Students were evacuated from the Law Building, Goldwin Smith Building, Upson Hall and Kennedy Hall.

Columbia University received a similar call the same day. Yale University reported also receiving a bomb threat call on Friday. Police evacuated the sites but gave the "all clear" just a few hours after the call.

Students have been told to avoid the building until further notice from officials. Police are investigating the threats.