A threat of violence, via graffiti sprayed on a bathroom wall, prompted some classes cancelations at UC Santa Cruz today. According to Santa Cruz Sentinel, here's what happened: "On Jan. 11, UCSC administration announced in a campuswide e-mail that graffiti found in a men's bathroom in the Social Sciences 2 building contained a threat of violence to be carried out today."

The graffiti, discovered by a student in December, has since been removed.

Many students refused to come to campus as well. Student Union Assembly Chair Tiffany Dena Loftin said, "students are actually really scared." The campus is reportedly very "quiet" today.