Officials at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts, received an email stating there were bombs in four locations on campus. The author of the expletive-laced email stated that “Tufts University continues to fuel anti-white racism in this country.” The author warned that “we placed several bombs in Tufts university, we don’t want anyone to die, we are just here to send a message. Evacuate now.” Police evacuated the four buildings and after a thorough search, no explosives were found. Students were allowed back in the buildings 90 minutes after the evacuation.
The next day campus police issues a new warning that a bomb threat had been reported and called for the evacuation of the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, the department of philosophy, the department of mathematics, East Hall, and Anderson. “Take belongings and follow instructions from authorities,” the police alert said.