From "The Miami Student," the importance of building trust and better relationships between the university and fraternity chapters so that members will be more “honest and transparent.”
During Spring Rush this year, Sewanee’s freshman and heads of Greek organizations had to attend a screening of the movie Haze. Now, the movie was very good at addressing the issues of hazing and complacency in greek culture.
The university has taken several measures to reform greek life culture since Piazza died.
The 1st District Court of Appeal (DCA) on Thursday overturned a Leon County judge’s dismissal of felony hazing charges against three men charged in the 2017 death of Florida State fraternity pledge Andrew Coffey.
January 2020 Gordie Center ENewsletter
Three Clemson fraternities were placed on disciplinary probation in late 2019 for violating the university's code of conduct, according to the university's South Carolina Tucker Hipps Tran
Cornell University has enacted new rules aimed at curbing underage drinking and secretive pledging at fraternities in connection to the death of freshman Antonio Tsialas.
A female firefighter explains her struggle as she seeks to join the team.
Pi Beta Phi has been suspended while the university investigates the allegations
Ursinus College announced the men's and women's swimming teams had committed violations of the college's anti-hazing policy and student code of conduct.
A University of Central Florida fraternity, Kappa Sigma, is suspended after a complaint of “rigorous” hazing.
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This is the six chapter podcast series that covers the tragic story of Collin Wiant's death.
A former Penn State fraternity member who plied two pledges with vodka was sentenced Friday to three months of probation, the state attorney general’s office said.
San Diego State University takes a clear stand against hazing and binge drinking! Four more fraternities have been put on interim suspension at San Diego State — bringing the total number of chapters facing disciplinary investigations to seven since late August.
As first-time students settle in at college campuses each fall, Debbie Smith can’t help but feel dread. In 2005, her son Matthew Carrington started a similar journey at California State University, Chico.
August's eNewsletter presents a list of the principles that guides the Gordie Center's efforts, announces the edition of Carl Reisch as the Robert Tipton Hazing Prevention Coordinator, and provides general information about the Interdisciplinary Institute for Hazing Prevention that two of our mem
Matthew Naquin has been found guilty of felony negligent homicide in the hazing death of Max Gruver. He could be facing up to 5 years in prison.
See why this influential case has caused a "shift in the mindsets of prosecutors and the public about hazing."
This article from The Advocate follows the early stages of Matthew Naquin's trial for the hazing death of Max Gruver. The article shares grim details of the events on the night of Gruver's death. Naquin is said to have targeted Gruver. Naquin is facing up to 5 years in prison if found guilty.
Virginia Tech warns students of eight unrecognized fraternities calling them a "significant threat … to student safety, well-being, and town-gown relationships."
One of these fraternities will be hosting a reunion including tours of the campus and talks with administrators.