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ISU President on VEISHEA Riot

AMES, IA (CBS 2/FOX 28) -- Below is a statement from Iowa State University President Steven Leath:

"I was immediately made aware of the situation that began in Campustown shortly before midnight, and have continued to receive information over the past few hours from police and other staff. We are all distraught and disappointed over the events that have unfolded near campus overnight. I can confirm that one of our students has been seriously injured and his condition is unknown at this hour. Student Affairs staff have reached out to the family. At this time, I ask everyone to keep this student in your thoughts and prayers.

My senior cabinet will convene first thing in the morning to assess this situation and evaluate options for the remainder of our official Veishea activities planned for this week.

Additional information will be posted on the Iowa State homepage at www.iastate.edu as soon as it is available."

-President Steven Leath
 
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