University students warned of possible nuclear attack

University of Hawaii administrators have warned all students to be ready for a nuclear attack from North Korea, sending out a campus-wide email last week explaining what to do if Kim Jong Un launches an attack, writes Julia Glum for Newsweek.

"In light of concerns about North Korea missile tests, state and federal agencies are providing information about nuclear threats and what to do in the unlikely event of a nuclear attack and radiation emergency," the email read, according to Hawaii News Now.

Last Monday’s email inspired a variety of reactions from University of Hawaii students, alumni and community members. One Twitter user posted a screenshot of the message and the caption, "I'm going to die", while another erred on the reckless side: "Putting this in my spam folder to avoid dwelling on it no bad mojo or news in MY UH email." Several posted panicky GIFs.
Full report on the Newsweek site