Hazing

Read: SCOTUS Denies LSU’s Appeal in Case of Fraternity Pledge Death

SCOTUS Denies LSU’s Appeal in Case of Fraternity Pledge Death

Citing the 11th Amendment, attorneys for LSU argued the school was immune from a lawsuit filed by Max Gruver’s family.

Read: LSU Student Charged After Fraternity Pledge Placed on Life Support

LSU Student Charged After Fraternity Pledge Placed on Life Support

When the student was brought to the hospital, he was foaming at the mouth and had a blood alcohol content of .451.

Read: 2 Ohio University Students Plead Guilty in Fraternity Hazing Death

2 Ohio University Students Plead Guilty in Fraternity Hazing Death

According to his family, Collin Wiant died of asphyxiation after being forced to ingest nitrous oxide while pledging the fraternity.

Read: Damascus Coaches, Admins Dismissed in Locker Room Rape Case

Damascus Coaches, Admins Dismissed in Locker Room Rape Case

A lawsuit filed after three students were sodomized by their teammates claims school leaders knew of the “culture of violence” within the football program.

Read: University of Kentucky Fires Its Cheerleading Coaches

University of Kentucky Fires Its Cheerleading Coaches

An investigation of the school’s cheerleaders uncovered hazing, alcohol abuse and inappropriate conduct at off-campus events.

Read: Take the Annual National College Student Bystander Intervention Study

Take the Annual National College Student Bystander Intervention Study

The study seeks to gain a clearer understanding of why students fail to act in bystander situations that warrant intervention, and with this information, develop evidence- and context-based programs that educate and empower students.

Read: New Mexico State Student Shot While Allegedly Being Hazed at Fraternity

New Mexico State Student Shot While Allegedly Being Hazed at Fraternity

The shooting happened at a “non-registered” event in November and has resulted in the fraternity being suspended for hazing.

Read: 5 Campus Safety Trends That Shaped the Last Decade

5 Campus Safety Trends That Shaped the Last Decade

As we approach the start of a new decade and take a look back at the last 10 years, campus safety and security have undeniably evolved. Here’s how.

Read: Jury: Milton Town School District Partially Negligent in 2012 Hazing Case

Jury: Milton Town School District Partially Negligent in 2012 Hazing Case

The victim, who is now 22-years-old, was sodomized with a pool stick by his football teammates at a team dinner back in 2012.

Read: Penn State Develops Scorecard for Fraternities and Sororities

Penn State Develops Scorecard for Fraternities and Sororities

More than 50 colleges and universities have agreed to participate in the initiative, which aims to create transparency and accountability.

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