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Duke's Bryan Center reopened following bomb threat

Authorities reopened Duke University's Bryan Center Tuesday morning about an hour after receiving a bomb threat.

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Duke University
DURHAM, N.C. — Authorities reopened Duke University's Bryan Center Tuesday morning about an hour after receiving a bomb threat. 

No other information about the bomb threat was released, but the school said the building had been cleared and that it was resuming normal operations.  

The Bryan Center, off Science Drive in the heart of the Durham campus, houses many student organizations and serves as the main hub for student life at Duke.

No other information was released.

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