Fraternity Is Banned From Pennsylvania After Student’s Hazing Death

by Anita Setnor Byer, Founder - sci-Shot1/16/2018

Four years after the fatal hazing of a Baruch College freshman, the fraternity he was trying to join was banned by a state judge on Monday from operating in Pennsylvania for 10 years. More...

School districts take steps to comply with new anti-hazing law that applies to 7th to 12th graders

by Webmaster8/5/2016

A new state law aimed at ending hazing that went into effect July 25 extends the consequences of hazing down to 7th to 12th graders.

The law was drafted in the wake of an alleged incident at Conestoga High School where football players were accused of sodomizing a freshman player with a broomstick. Previously, the state anti-hazing law applied only to college students not those in secondary schools.

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Pa. House passes bill to expand anti-hazing law to high schools

by Webmaster5/18/2016

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Legislation that would expand the state’s anti-hazing law to include public and private high schools is headed to Gov. Tom Wolf’s desk for final approval.

House Bill 1574 was passed Tuesday by the state House of Representatives.

The measure by state Rep. Ron Marsico (R-Dauphin) makes it a third-degree misdemeanor when a student is forced to take part in abusive or humiliating conduct for initiation into a team or group.

Schools would be required to post anti-hazing policies online and provide copies to all athletic coaches. More...

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