The Darien Library in Darien, CT, hosted a screening of HAZE for parents and students, followed by a panel discussion. "Parents showed gratitude for the screening of Haze for providing vital education that they did not know they needed."
Andrew Coffey's parents speak for the first time about the loss of their son to hazing at FSU in 2017.
March's enewsletter focuses on the re-release of HAZE and the #PUSH parent meeting in February.
Parents of Fraternity Hazing Victims Come Together for the First Time: 'We Don't Want Any More Kids to Die'
This article features videos from the first #PUSH meeting (#ParentsUnited2StopHazing), in which Gordie's mother and step-father participated.
The Gordie Center updated the documentary film HAZE and released the updated version on what would have been Gordie's 32nd birthday.
Gordie's mother and step-father did an interview with the Philadelphia Inquirer ahead of the first-ever parents of hazing victims meeting in February 2018.
February's enewsletter focuses on Gordie's birthday, and how the Gordie Center plans to honor his day with the re-release of an updated version of our documenary film about Gordie's story, HAZE.
A new study shows that parents giving teens alcohol in the home does not protect the teens from the dangers of alcohol, and may make them more likely to drink and suffer alcohol-related harms.
There are many articles about hazing every day, and this one by a student at Cornell spoke to us, as we hope it did to his classmates.
2017 was a difficult year that saw 4 hazing-related death in the United States. The January enewsletter looks ahead to 2018, and how we can work toward our shared mission of ending hazing and alcohol overdose together.
The December enewsletter focuses on our fall print publication, and the reception for Gordie Center supporters held in November.
The November enewsletter focuses on how to support friends and family in recovery over the holidays, and includes updates on our HAZE update project and our fall print publication!
The October enewsletter focuses on safe Halloween celebrations, and highlights our APPLE Training Institutes for NCAA student-athletes.
Partnership for Drug-Free Kids Launches #GotYourBack Campaign to Raise Awareness About Binge Drinking, Empower Teens To Help A Friend in Trouble
Partnership for Drug-Free Kids just launched a campaign we at the Gordie Center can totally get behind: a #GotYourBack campaign to raise awareness about binge drinking and empower teens to help a friend in trouble!
Middle Schoolers Exposed to Alcohol Ads Every Day: Researchers say billboards, signs and TV ads may encourage under-age drinking
Kids are exposed to alcohol long before college, and need guidance on alcohol safety probably younger than most people would expect--this article details a study about middle school-aged kids daily exposure to alcohol advertisements.
The campaign encourages communication about the dangers of underage and binge drinking, as well as illicit drug use, during prom and graduation season.
Cornell University's student non-profit, Cayuga's Watchers, trains and places paid students at events that could require bystander interventions.
Graduation and Planning Ahead
Drawing on her experience at Texas Tech University, graduate student Sarah Nerad builds a Collegiate Recovery Program at Ohio State University from the ground up – and shows other universities why investing in these students is smart business.