Bomb Threats Lead U. of Pittsburgh to Remove Bathroom Doors

The doors on all the men's bathroom stalls inside the Cathedral of Learning were removed and a security officer was placed outside the bathroom. Some students have argued that metal detectors would have been a better solution.

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OAKLAND, Pa. — University of Pittsburgh officials decided to remove the doors on all men’s bathroom stalls inside the Cathedral of Learning after receiving numerous bomb threats.

There will also be a security officer stationed outside of the bathroom, reports. The school is offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons responsible for the threats.

Some students feel that metal detectors would be a better solution.

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