Update [9/10/14, 4:58pm]: President Michael Roth sends an all campus email about the recovering student’s condition:
We have all been deeply concerned about the condition of the student who was injured in a fall from the third floor of Beta Theta Pi early Sunday morning. She remains in the Intensive Care Unit of a Hartford hospital, and those close to her have very much appreciated the expressions of support and care from the Wesleyan community. I spent some time with the family at the hospital this morning. We are all hopeful for her recovery and would love to welcome her back to Wesleyan whenever she is healthy enough to resume her studies. Meanwhile, we will keep her and her family in our thoughts.
Michael S. Roth
Update [9/10/14, 12:44pm]: President Michael Roth and Dean Mike Whaley just emailed the student body to announce that Beta has been shut down for the remainder of the school year. Students are banned from returning to the house, and Beta’s residents are being moved to alternative housing. For more information and updates on the situation, click here.
Update [9/8/14, 7:40pm]: The Hartford Courant published an update, saying that the student is now in “stable” condition.
Update [9/8/14, 12:10pm]: WFSB published a more in-depth story of the incident.
Read after the jump for more updates as well as information on Dean Whaley’s original email and news reports on the situation.