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“I was scared because there’s a lot of shootings at schools,” Campos said.

“I didn’t want anything to happen to me or my classmates.” A student went to campus police — headquartered just south of Sweeney Hall — around 9 a.m.

Near the end of WWII, a Navy pilot meets and falls in love with a beautiful California girl.

They have a brief two weeks together before he is shipped off to the South Pacific.

to report seeing a white male clad in black clothing and holding a handgun, university spokeswoman Pat Lopes Harris said.

About 30 minutes later, a schoolwide text-message alert was broadcast warning about the gun sighting and that police were “checking Sweeney Hall — shelter in place.” A second text went out with the suspect description and “Sweeney Hall shelter in place.” The approximately 300 people inside the building, which houses the College of Education, locked their doors and blocked them with desks, chairs and other objects.

It also produced an odd contrast because as four-story Sweeney Hall in the campus’s southwest end was sealed off by a sizable police force, the rest of the school remained open.

Alma Campos, 19, was on the building’s third floor about to start a kinesiology lesson when she and her classmates got a text message from the university to shelter in place.

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