had checked on the student -- who he
said suffered a "pretty severe broken leg" -- and was concerned about the accident.
"I will tell you, I personally still feel very responsible for the health, safety and welfare of all our students, no matter where they are," Weber
"We work hard here every day to try and mentor them to get them to think about whatever they do -- whether it's driving, drinking or working on a non-sanctioned, off-campus activity.
Weber, a member of the Texas A&M Class of 1972 and a former classmate of Gov.
Weber was hired in August to replace Dean Bresciani, who abruptly resigned in July after serving four years in the post.
I support very much wholeheartedly President Murano, and it will be a difficult decision that we're going to have to help her