To End Fraternity Hazing, End Boozing First

By Douglas E. Fierberg Universities have spent years trying to solve the problem of hazing — putting into effect numerous regulations, training seminars, and programs to create a Maginot line. Standing alone, those practices have no real chance of achieving meaningful success. Instead, campuses should be concentrating on changes that will actually...

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Wesleyan Fraternities to be Co-ed

Wesleyan University in Connecticut has ordered its residential fraternities to admit both men and women.  Wesleyan Fraternities have three years to complete the transition.  This policy change comes after a rash of injuries and assaults have recently plagued fraternity houses, including a recent fall from the Beta Theta Pi house...

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