Fraternities and Sororities

Read: Bowling Green State Settles Hazing Death Lawsuit for Nearly $3 Million

Bowling Green State Settles Hazing Death Lawsuit for Nearly $3 Million

The settlement is the largest payout by a public university in a hazing case in the state of Ohio.

Read: UPDATE on USC Investigations Into Alleged Fraternity Misconduct

UPDATE on USC Investigations Into Alleged Fraternity Misconduct

The allegations led USC to update its fraternity rules, which prompted eight of the fraternities to disaffiliate from the school.

Read: Drugging, Sexual Assault Reports Prompt Cornell to Pause Fraternity Parties

Drugging, Sexual Assault Reports Prompt Cornell to Pause Fraternity Parties

At least four students have been drugged over the past several weeks at fraternity parties, and the sexual assault happened last weekend.

Read: 11 Shot at Southern University and A&M College Fraternity Party

11 Shot at Southern University and A&M College Fraternity Party

Three men have been arrested in connection with the off-campus shooting which occurred during Homecoming week.

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: 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: Death of Student Following UNLV Fraternity ‘Fight Night’ Ruled Homicide

Death of Student Following UNLV Fraternity ‘Fight Night’ Ruled Homicide

Nathan Valencia was participating in the fundraising event which was hosted by a fraternity at an off-campus event center.

Read: Vandals Destroy Torah Scroll at GWU Fraternity

Vandals Destroy Torah Scroll at GWU Fraternity

The vandalism is being investigated by campus and D.C. police as a suspected hate crime with anti-Jewish hate bias or motivation.

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