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  • Salisbury hazing was childish and dangerous [Letter]

    I am forever grateful that my Kappa Alpha fraternity at Washington College didn't conduct childish hazing like Sigma Alpha Epsilon is accused of doing at Salisbury University ("Legislators propose tougher penalties for hazing in wake of Salisbury...
  • Ravens say they don't tolerate hazing, bullying

    Ravens say they don't tolerate hazing, bullying
    When Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith reported to his first training camp two years ago, he anticipated being hazed by veteran teammates. He had heard the stories and watched shows like HBO's "Hard Knocks" that glorified the behavior and was prepared...
  • Pledge loses testicle in fraternity hazing incident

    Pledge loses testicle in fraternity hazing incident
    A college fraternity hazing gone too far left one pledge without one of his testicles.  New details have been released about a hazing incident involving three pledges of an Ohio college. WKRC in Cincinnati is reporting that a hazing at Wilmington...
  • Calling bullying 'bonding' doesn't make it OK

    It's hard to think of Jonathan Martin as a hapless victim of bullying. He's 6 foot 5, 312 pounds, with a Stanford education and a job he loves. At least he seemed to love it until last week, when he walked away from the Miami Dolphins football team...
  • Two former FAMU band members enter pleas

    Two former FAMU band members enter pleas
    The musician described by prosecutors as the "most enthusiastic" hazing participant in a Florida A&M University drum major's beating death pleaded no contest to manslaughter Wednesday. Jessie Baskin faces up to nine years in prison. He gave no...
  • Robert Champion's family holds memorial to remember his hazing death

    Robert Champion's family holds memorial to remember his hazing death
    Pamela Champion released six white balloons into the evening sky after saying a prayer for her son, Robert Champion, who died after a brutal hazing two years ago. She and her husband, Robert Champion Sr., drove to Orlando from Decatur, Ga., on Tuesday...
  • FAMU band returns to Florida Classic today

    FAMU band returns to Florida Classic today
    Two years after FAMU's marching band was sidelined, the high-stepping, high-energy Marching 100 will be back to perform at Orlando's Florida Classic today. It's the band's first appearance at the Florida Classic since it was suspended after the hazing...
  • Florida Classic fans welcome return of FAMU Marching 100

    Florida Classic fans welcome return of FAMU Marching 100
    On the Florida Citrus Bowl field Saturday the Florida A&M University Marching 100 band tunes were noticeably softer than in years past and its size only half as big. But its spirited performance at Saturday's Florida Classic game against longtime...
  • FAMU's probation lifted by accreditation group

    FAMU's probation lifted by accreditation group
    FAMU got off probation Tuesday, lifting a yearlong penalty sparked in part by the hazing death of Marching 100 drum major Robert Champion in Orlando. "While we celebrate, let's also remember we have to keep up the good work that led to this outcome,"...
  • Fraternity hazing death of New York student being investigated in Pa.

    Fraternity hazing death of New York student being investigated in Pa.
    Chen “Michael” Deng traveled with a group of as many as 30 friends to a sparsely populated area of Pennsylvania for a weekend of what was supposed to be fraternal bonding. It cost him his life, officials say. Deng, 19, a freshman at Baruch...
  • Lawyer in NIU hazing death says law unconstitutional

    Lawyer in NIU hazing death says law unconstitutional
    Students accused in the fraternity pledge death of an NIU student say their cases should be dismissed because the Illinois hazing law is too vague. A DeKalb county judge will hear their motion April 24 in the case against five fraternity brothers...