Several recent hazing deaths involving alcohol at fraternity parties on college campuses have caused several colleges to rethink Greek life.
High-intensity workout are more common nowadays because people are crunched for time, but they can be dangerous if not approached right.
Officials at Niles N. H.S. in Skokie, IL, have suspended the varsity football program over allegations that ‘hazing’ may have occurred.
Hazing allegations have surfaced around the football team at a South Texas high school, and 9 students have been charged with sex assault.
Bad hazing allegations, spanning about 20 years, have surfaced at Lake Zurich HS in Chicago’s north-shore suburbs.
A Chicago-area school district settled a lawsuit in which 5 soccer players alleged that they were inappropriately hazed 4 years ago.
Where a nationally recognized marching band resides, other school officials are being sued in connection with sexual assault and hazing.
Criminal charges may soon be filed against several members of a high school football team in Indiana following hazing over 2 years.
After hazing allegation surfaced at an Ohio HS, the band took the field for yesterday’s game under an interim director & 2 subs.
College marching band culture often includes hazing. Despite recent attention to the activity and the harm that can result, it continues.