Hazing

Read: Oklahoma: Kingfisher Taxpayers to Cover Most of $5 Million Hazing Lawsuit Settlement

Oklahoma: Kingfisher Taxpayers to Cover Most of $5 Million Hazing Lawsuit Settlement

Court documents said Kingfisher Public Schools football players participated in alleged coach-sanctioned fights.

Read: Klobuchar, Cassidy, McBath, Duncan Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Combat Hazing on College Campuses

Klobuchar, Cassidy, McBath, Duncan Introduce Bipartisan Legislation to Combat Hazing on College Campuses

This bipartisan legislation would require hazing incidents be included in a college’s annual crime report and improve transparency.

Read: How Eliminating Affirmative Action and DEI Will Impact Campus Safety

How Eliminating Affirmative Action and DEI Will Impact Campus Safety

Without DEI programs, schools and universities place the academic performance, mental health, and safety of their most vulnerable students at risk.

Read: UPDATE: 2 More Hazing Lawsuits Filed by Former Northwestern Football Players

UPDATE: 2 More Hazing Lawsuits Filed by Former Northwestern Football Players

Several lawsuits allege widespread hazing, including sexual abuse, within various Northwestern University athletic programs.

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: Are We Focusing Too Much on the Intruder Threat to School Security?

Are We Focusing Too Much on the Intruder Threat to School Security?

Studies have found that in more than 43% of K-12 campus shootings, the gunman was currently enrolled at the school.

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: Campus Safety Online Summit to Feature 20 Sessions, Raffles

Campus Safety Online Summit to Feature 20 Sessions, Raffles

The virtual event, happening Nov. 30 and Dec. 1, will also feature two keynotes, including a panel of previous Director of the Year winners, two general sessions, and two live raffles.

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