OAKLAND, Pa. - In response to the recent rash of bomb threats on the University of Pittsburgh’s campus, school officials have decided to remove the doors on all men’s bathroom stalls inside the Cathedral of Learning.
In addition to the stall doors being removed, there is also a security guard stationed outside of the bathrooms.
“I think it’s kind of taking away their privacy,” University of Pittsburgh junior Jordan Britt said. “I don’t know, I wouldn’t really like it.”
“I think it’s extremely inappropriate,” junior Dan Cesnalis said. “I think they should work more on their security measures instead of taking away privacy.”
Some students told Channel 11’s Vince Sims that they think metal detectors would be a better option.
Pitt is still offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the threats.
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