Three leaders at the University of Missouri, including the newly appointed Interim Vice Chancellor for Inclusion, issued a statement on Wednesday condemning the recent threats individuals have made against the student body. "Our campus has experienced significant turbulence, and many within our community have suffered threats against their lives and humanity. These threats are reprehensible," the statement reads. "In the face of these threats, we are grateful to MUPD, which has worked tirelessly to keep our campus safe and secure. This is and will be our top priority." A 19-year-old Missouri man was arrested for making threats over Yik Yak early Wednesday.