Police charge two Towson students in fraternity hazing incidents

by Webmaster7/28/2016

Baltimore County police charged two Towson University students Wednesday in a fraternity hazing incident that left a 19-year-old hospitalized.

Evan Palmer Francis and Alexander James Cantor, both 21, were charged with hazing and reckless endangerment. The university suspended the fraternity until the 2021-22 academic year in April after information about the incident came to light. 

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Florida State Frat Suspended Following Hazing Investigation

by Webmaster2/25/2016

Florida State officials have suspended the school's Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity following a police investigation into hazing allegations.

The university reported in a news release Wednesday that the complaint was filed in January through the school's hazing website. More...

FSU Fraternity Suspended for Alleged Hazing

by Webmaster2/18/2016

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) - A Florida State University fraternity is suspended after an alleged hazing incident.

Omega Psi Phi's FSU chapter has been suspended by the University and the national organization, according to a member of the fraternity.

WTXL ABC 27 reached out to FSU which said they cannot comment at this time, but said hazing is not tolerated at the school.

WTXL ABC 27 also reached out to the fraternity's national headquarters but are still waiting to hear back. More...

Fraternity Fails: The year's worst bro moments

by Webmaster12/16/2015

Bros will be bros. And 2015 was no exception to this rule.

In the past year, fraternities on college campuses across the country have met all our worst expectations.

They’ve been racist, murderous, have perpetuated rape culture (and, to be fair, been falsely accused of it once, too,) and have continued to terrorize impressionable teenaged pledges through sadistic hazing rituals.

Here’s a roundup of 2015’s most egregious fraternity fails: More...

Hazing Was Condoned, Former Frat President Testifies In Pledge Death Case

by Webmaster11/30/2015

The former president of a New York fraternity chapter linked to a pledge's death during a suspected hazing ritual testified on Monday that his fraternity secretly encouraged hazing.

Daniel Li, 23, of Queens, New York, who faces third-degree murder charges along with four fellow Baruch College Pi Delta Psi fraternity members, was called as a surprise witness in the death of Chun "Michael" Deng.

Li, who testified in Pocono Pines, Pennsylvania District Court before Magisterial District Judge Richard Claypool, said the national office of his former fraternity publicly pretended to condemnhazing by its members.

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