Hazing

Read: Campus Safety Conferences Now Accepting Presentation Proposals for 2023

Campus Safety Conferences Now Accepting Presentation Proposals for 2023

The 2023 Campus Safety Conferences will be held next summer in Texas and Las Vegas. We will also be co-locating with EdSpaces in North Carolina in November.

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: REACH Act Coalition Drives Federal Anti-Hazing Legislation

REACH Act Coalition Drives Federal Anti-Hazing Legislation

The Report and Educate About Campus Hazing Act would require hazing incidents to be reported as part of a college’s annual crime statistics and establish a comprehensive hazing prevention education program.

Read: UPDATE: 3 Pa. High School Football Players Face Hazing Charges

UPDATE: 3 Pa. High School Football Players Face Hazing Charges

The separate hazing incidents involved football teams from Middletown Area High School and Mohawk High School in Pennsylvania.

Read: UPDATE: 2 Virginia High School Football Players Charged with Simple Assault Over Hazing

UPDATE: 2 Virginia High School Football Players Charged with Simple Assault Over Hazing

Three more high school football teams are under investigation for alleged hazing and bullying incidents.

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: 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: 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.

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