Rage started when some college students staged a fraternity hazing. Their secret society was a top priority.
The reason they hazed was initiation season. They lashed out at other students and caused them pain. All of you should be ashamed.
Do or dare is never fair. Beware of getting involved in nasty fanfare. Think before you leap. Don’t be labeled “stupid creeps.” It’s too late to weep after the authorities found out who hazed and streaked.
It’s always best to analyze before you terrorize. Now open your eyes wide for the day will come when you’ll be surprised naughty, naughty, wise guys.
So whenever you have the urge for another craving like bullying and hazing think of the physical harm that may result in death. Hence, keep in mind hazing is harassment, abuse, humiliation when initiating a person into a group or secret society punishable as a felony crime and possible fine. Therefore hazing is never the right time.
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10/12/14 – Sayreville, New Jersey Superintendent cancels high school football season after allegations against seven students hazing based on severity of the sex-crime charges. All seven students were suspended.
07/24/14 – Ohio State fires Marching Band Director Jon Waters after finding tradition of sexual hazing which he did nothing about it.
08/30/13 – Maryland’s Towson University team of cheerleaders given one-year suspension for hazing.
05/03/13 – 23-year-old Caleb Jackson, 24-yer-old Rikki Willis and 13 others were charged in Tallahassee, Florida in connection with the death of Robert Champion a drum major of the “Marching 100″ deadly 2011 Florida A&M hazing incident plead no contest to a felony and a misdemeanor count of hazing in exchange for prosecutors dropping manslaughter charges. If convicted defendants could face up to six years’ incarceration.
12/17/12 – Arrest warrants issued for 22 people wanted in connection with an alcohol-hazing death of David Borgenberger a Northern Illinois University freshman.
10/22/12 – No jail for student in FAMU hazing death. He was sentenced to six months community control, two years supervised probation and 200 hours community service. Another student, Brian Jones who previously pleaded “not guilty” before changing his plea to “no contest” was sentenced to a charge of “felony hazing.” The judge said if Jones did not abide by the sentencing order he could face up to 72 months in a state penitentiary. The order falls short of “house arrest.”
09/10/12 – FAMU says it’s not responsible for drum major, Robert Champion’s hazing death.
09/07/12 – Florida A&M University compel all students sign anti-hazing pledge in order to attend classes.
09/04/12 – FAMU suspends student “Torque Dance Team” after an anonymous tip from a parent alleging it had been in an off-campus hazing incident involving alcohol over Labor Day weekend.
09/01/12 – Clark Atlanta Georgia University band temporally suspended over possible hazing.
07/21/12 – While campaigning in Florida President Obama talks about FAMU hazing that resulted in the death of a band member.
07/11/12 – FAMU President resigns as family of deceased beaten drum major, Robert Champion files wrongful death lawsuit against the university.
06/08/12 – Three Rye, New York high school male students have been suspended after being charged and arrested in an alleged “Freshman Friday” hazing that they rounded up eighth-graders brutally paddling them as part of a hazing ritual.
05/04/12 – Criminal charges have been filed against 13 individuals (some remain at large) facing felony hazing charges that led to the “beaten on a bus death” of Florida A&M University drum major 26-year-old Robert Champion who suffered blunt trauma blows, including one individual charged in another case at the same school surrendered Friday afternoon. FAMU band director Dr. Julian E. White announced his retirement. The university extends marching band’s suspension. Hazing that involves bodily harm is a third-degree felony in Florida. One defendant claims FAMU drummer wanted to be hazed.
04/04/12 – Darmouth (Boston) an Ivy League black university dropped charges against a fraternity for violating school policy by threatening physical harm to students and new members in fear of their safety and/or engaging in hazing during the fall term of 2011. They were also accused of providing alcohol and drugs to underage students and/or providing alcohol to intoxicated individuals. These charges were based on allegations made by Andrew Lohse, a former fraternity member.