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UMass Dartmouth campus reopens

Campus was searched for evidence linked to bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

Most of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth’s 9,225 students returned to a semblance of their normal routines Monday, the first time since campus was evacuated last Friday while the FBI searched for evidence linking one of their classmates to the deadly Boston Marathon bombings.

Authorities descended on the campus Friday after identifying 19-year-old Dartmouth sophomore Dzhokhar Tsarnaev as one of the two men alleged to have perpetrated the bombings. Students who did not have off-campus locations to stay at were taken to Dartmouth High School, university spokesperson John Hoey said.

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