Alcohol Abuse

Read: VCU Settles with Hazing Victim’s Family for $995K

VCU Settles with Hazing Victim’s Family for $995K

Adam Oakes’ hazing death has also prompted VCU to revise its fraternity and sorority rushing rules.

Read: 8 USC Fraternities Disaffiliate from the University

8 USC Fraternities Disaffiliate from the University

The move was prompted by USC’s new rules on rushing, drinking, and other activities that pose risks, especially to women.

Read: Arizona Governor Signs Anti-Hazing Legislation

Arizona Governor Signs Anti-Hazing Legislation

Until passage of HB 2322, Arizona was among only six states that did not have laws punishing hazing.

Read: UVA Ends Agreements with Kappa Alpha, Phi Gamma Delta Due to Hazing

UVA Ends Agreements with Kappa Alpha, Phi Gamma Delta Due to Hazing

Neither fraternity will be permitted to return to campus for four years.

Read: 2 Former Bowling Green State Students Receive Mixed Verdict in Fraternity Hazing Death

2 Former Bowling Green State Students Receive Mixed Verdict in Fraternity Hazing Death

In total, eight former fraternity members were indicted in the hazing death of BGSU fraternity pledge Stone Foltz.

Read: Substance Abuse on Campus: Challenges First-Year College Students Face

Substance Abuse on Campus: Challenges First-Year College Students Face

College is a good way for young adults to gain independence but it can also put them in situations where drugs and alcohol are easily accessible.

Read: University of Illinois Police Add Social Workers for More Effective Response to Mental Health Crises

University of Illinois Police Add Social Workers for More Effective Response to Mental Health Crises

UIPD’s Response, Evaluation and Crisis Help (REACH) initiative pairs social workers with police officers when responding to mental health-related emergencies.

Read: University of Kentucky Freshman Found Unresponsive at Fraternity

University of Kentucky Freshman Found Unresponsive at Fraternity

The UK student, who was a member of the FarmHouse fraternity, later died, and the cause of death is presumed to be alcohol toxicity.

Read: How to Create a Substance Misuse Prevention Plan for Your Campus

How to Create a Substance Misuse Prevention Plan for Your Campus

A consultant for professionals and law enforcement officers discusses ways to ensure prevention efforts are both successful and sustainable.

Read: The Illinois School Safety Conference Is THIS Tuesday, Oct. 5

The Illinois School Safety Conference Is THIS Tuesday, Oct. 5

The school safety conference is a free, one-day event that will take place on Tuesday, October 5 in Niles, Illinois.

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