Students temporarily advised to “Shelter in Place” at Howard University after potential shooter call, all-clear given

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WASHINGTON, DC – Students at Howard University were asked to shelter in place on Tuesday. University officials say they were anonymously notified of a potential shooter on campus.

Police swept the campus, which includes searching all buildings.  The all-clear was given by the university on Twitter after all the buildings were cleared.