Sonia Rucker, dean of students and assistant to the president for equity and diversity, tells students "we are a campus that has experienced the worst consequence of hazing, so we are going to be extremely vigilant."
A bill to amend West Virginia's law against hazing to address organizations not directly tied to the school is making progress.
The young men were members of the school's Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity and were arrested and facing numerous charges, including felony battery charges and misdemeanor criminal hazing.
Concerned about the "dangerously high rates" of undergraduate alcohol use on campus, Stanford University announced this week several initiatives underway to combat the issue.
February’s enewsletter celebrates what would have been Gordie’s 33rd birthday, announces the Gordie Center’s new social media intern, and recaps the January APPLE Training Institites.
January’s enewsletter showcases the ongoing crisis of hazing, and how Gordie Center supporters can amplify the Gordie Center’s work to end hazing and encourage bystander intervention.
December’s enewsletter highlights the GORDIEstore materials available when planning ahead for spring semester, and discusses the Gordie Center’s annual fall reception for Gordie Center supporters.
November’s enewsletter provides tips for having difficult conversations about hazing, substance use, or other risky behaviors, and also discusses the Gordie Center’s APPLE Training Institutes and how to introduce the Gordie Center film HAZE in your community.
October’s enewsletter discusses Halloween safety, as well as the warning signs of hazing and how to step up if you notice any of the signs.
September’s enewsletter discusses National GORDIEday during National Hazing Prevention Week, our new laptop sticker GORDIEstore product, and the 2018 Gordie Center print publication.
August’s enewsletter highlights the challenges of the back-to-school season, and lays out the five steps to effective bystander intervention from Step UP!
July’s enewsletter focuses on 4th of July safety, and also showcases Gordie Center Director Susie Bruce’s participation as a Faculty Fellow at HazingPrevention.Org’s Hazing Prevention Institute.
June’s enewsletter honored Gordie’s aunt, Holly Lanahan, and discussed the dangers of “backpacking.”
May’s enewsletter discusses safety around graduation and special celebrations, as well as customizing GORDIEstore products and peer educator transitions.
April’s enewsletter highlights upcoming hazing prevention conferences and partners, as well as our GivingToHoosDay participation.
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.
March's enewsletter focuses on the re-release of HAZE and the #PUSH parent meeting in February.
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.
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.
This article features videos from the first #PUSH meeting (#ParentsUnited2StopHazing), in which Gordie's mother and step-father participated.