Students clean Keene, N.H., say main instigators were from ‘elsewhere’

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Cleanup has been ongoing today in Keene, New Hampshire after disorderly students disrupted and vandalized the community during the state’s “Pumpkinfest.” Some college students cleaning up the mess say the main instigators were students were not from Keene State College.

Most of the KSC students cleaning up say it was mostly students from other colleges causing the riots

— Martha Shanahan (@MShanahanKS) October 19, 2014

Shared with from us from the cleanup in Keene by our students. This is the KSC we know and love. Photo by Will Coates

— Keene State College (@ksc_web) October 19, 2014

We would like to take a moment and thank all of those who came this morning to help "Clean Up Keene". The amount…

— Student Involvement (@KSCInvolvement) October 19, 2014

KSC students have been cleaning up the Keene community all morning after yesterday's violence. Stories to come.

— KSCequinox (@KSCequinox) October 19, 2014

PHOTO: Students clean up in Keene, N.H., a day after chaos and police tear gas

— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) October 19, 2014

Photos of disturbances and damage Saturday in Keene, N.H., and cleanup on Sunday

— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) October 19, 2014

Ironically, the Twitter bio for Keene State College’s account reads:

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