By JEFFREY COLLINS
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) - The University of South Carolina didn't cancel classes or lock down campus even as it sent emergency text alerts of a shooting on campus.
Authorities say Thursday's shooting at the School of Public Health in downtown Columbia was a murder-suicide and there was never a threat of a shooter roaming campus.
The State Law Enforcement Division still isn't saying who was involved - whether it was a student, professor or someone else, or if the shooting happened in an office or a classroom.
Some students sent pictures out on social media of classes continuing Thursday. At least one of them showed a table used to block a door.
School officials told professors not to penalize students who failed to show up for afternoon classes, even if they missed exams.