Greetings from Poland. USA Today considers the short memory students have after a hazing death
Going to LITERALLY stamp out hazing. All my mail will have Broken Pledges and Hazing and Sons of the Dawn on USA stamps. If you want a sheet, $12.24 covers the stamps, printing and mailing per sheet. Choose any of my books: Hazing, Sons of the Dawn, The Hazing Reader, Wrongs of Passage, or Broken Pledges. Hank PO Box 21 Waldron IN 46182 I will order as soon as I get back from Poland 1/3.
“That’s a lot of schools to be shutting down Greek life all together at one time,” said Hank Nuwer, a journalism professor at Franklin College in Indiana who has been researching hazing deaths since the 1970s.
“There was such defensiveness, and the big words being used were these were ‘unfortunate accidents’ and ‘isolated incidents,’” said Nuwer, whose book, Hazing: Destroying Young Lives, is due out early next year. “That can’t happen now because there’s careful attention to minute-by-minute accounts.”
Moderator My condolences to Mr. and Mrs. Gruver. story link
The mother of the Louisiana State University student who died following an apparent hazing incident at a fraternity said she believes her son was murdered, telling ABC News, “Nobody can physically drink that much, you can’t, you have to be forced.”
“This shouldn’t have happened,” Rae Ann Gruver said in an exclusive interview with ABC News’ Amy Robach three months after her son, Max Gruver, 18, died following a night of drinking and alleged hazing at the Phi Delta Theta fraternity’s LSU chapter.