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The University of Michigan Division of Public Safety & Security has put out an alert saying that there is no active threat, but they’re still investigating.

Reports indicate that the scare may have resulted because of a group of girls popping balloons and screaming in Mason Hall.

The DPSS has yet to announce the all clear, and still urge students to stay clear of the area.

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Ziad Buchh, 22, is a senior at UM-Dearborn, pursuing a double major in Journalism and Screen Studies and Political Science. Known by friends as the argumentative person in the group, Ziad turned being the devil’s advocate into a full time job as Opinions Editor last year. After a summer stint at NPR on Weekend All Things Considered, where Ziad became renowned for his ability to get people lunch, he’s excited to take the role of Editor in Chief and translate those skills to the job. When not in the office, Ziad can be found- alright let’s be real, he practically lives in that office now.