Fraternity Hazing

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: How to Prevent Hazing on College Campuses

How to Prevent Hazing on College Campuses

About 55% of college students involved in campus organizations experience hazing and 40% report suffering significant negative effects.

Read: 7 Hazing Tragedies That Spurred Harsher Anti-Hazing Laws in 9 States

7 Hazing Tragedies That Spurred Harsher Anti-Hazing Laws in 9 States

Tim’s Law, inspired by the tragic hazing death of Penn State student Timothy Piazza, has been enacted in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

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: 46 UNH Frat Members Charged in Alleged Hazing Incident

46 UNH Frat Members Charged in Alleged Hazing Incident

Prosecutors have been contacting the students and asking them to turn themselves in since many returned home for summer break.

Read: Univ. of Missouri Student Suffered Severe Brain Damage During Frat Pledge Event

Univ. of Missouri Student Suffered Severe Brain Damage During Frat Pledge Event

After six weeks in the ICU and seven months in rehab, Danny Santulli is home with his family but is blind and unable to walk or talk.

Read: Man Convicted in VCU Frat Hazing Death to Participate in Restorative Justice Programs

Man Convicted in VCU Frat Hazing Death to Participate in Restorative Justice Programs

As part of an agreement with the state and in consultation with the victim’s family, the former student won’t serve time behind bars.

Read: Univ. of Kansas Suspends 2 Frats Due to Culture of Hazing

Univ. of Kansas Suspends 2 Frats Due to Culture of Hazing

One complaint alleges pledges’ property was destroyed and they were forced to sleep in vomit-covered sheets.

Read: How to Reduce the Impact of Unrecognized Student Organizations on Campus

How to Reduce the Impact of Unrecognized Student Organizations on Campus

Institutions of higher education can ban, expel or refuse to recognize a problematic student organization, but that doesn’t mean the issues associated with that group will magically go away.

Read: 10 Most Popular Campus Safety Stories from March 2021

10 Most Popular Campus Safety Stories from March 2021

A site assessment quiz, available CARES Act funding, and several tragic campus shootings were among the most read articles last month.

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