Evergreen State College in Olympia reopened Monday after reviewing new threat information received over the weekend.
The campus reopened at 3 p.m., and classes and activities will resume.
The college had announced it would be closed Monday and delivered the following message late Sunday evening:
The campus initially closed last Thursday after an unknown person made a threat of "campus violence" to Thurston County officials. The college's president, George Bridges, made the decision to close campus with advice from law enforcement.
Thurston County released a copy of the phone call. A male caller told a dispatcher: "I'm on my way to Evergreen University now with a .44 Magnum. I'm going to execute as many people on that campus as I can get a hold of. You have that? What's going on here? You communist, scumbag town? I'm going to murder as many people on that campus as I can. Just keep your eyes open you scumbag."
A spokesperson said there was no known connection to last week's race-based protests. Demonstrations held last Tuesday and Wednesday involved around 200 students.
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