Hazing

His big brothers let him down, allegedly. A 45-year-old man who claims he was pledging Omega Psi Phi got paddled so badly he went to the hospital.

Ooltewah High School in Tennessee had its entire basketball season cancelled after news emerged that a 14-year-old player was raped in the December 23 hazing incident involving a pool cue. The town of Ooltewah, which is a middle-class suburb of Chattanooga, has been rocked by the scandal and the community is demanding answers.

Dante Martin, who prosecutors called the “ringleader” of the Florida A&M band hazing that ultimately caused the death of Robert Champion in 2011, was sentenced on Friday (Jan. 9) to six-and-a-half years in prison.

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A Bowie State University student is suing Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. According to a lawsuit by Kevin Hayes, he was hazed while pledging the historically African-American frat and is seeking $3 million in damages. 

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A New Jersey high school football’s teams egregious and asinine hijinks in the form of rectal hazing has led to the cancellation of their season.

With the 2013-2014 NFL season now in the books, many thought we had heard the last of the Miami Dolphins hazing scandal. A recent investigation proves that the events were even more twisted than we all imagined.

A Baruch College freshman who allegedly died because of a hazing ritual over the weekend was said to be involved in a dangerous game called the “Glass Ceiling,” authorities say. Early Monday (December 9), Chun Hsien Deng died from injuries caused by brain trauma while away with the Pi Delta Psi fraternity during a pledging […]

Just when you thought the NFL hazing scandal couldn’t get more bizarre, it just did. Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Richie Incognito broke his silence in a revealing interview with Fox Sports.

With a crazy bullying scandal in the Miami Dolphins locker room becoming public, more information is coming out about this very secret culture within the NFL. Former players are starting to recount their very coarse experiences and the stories will surprise you.

Police arrested three men and are on the lookout for a fourth suspect after a hazing stunt resulted in the death of two Virginia State University (VSU) students. The detained men represented a fraternity known as the “Men Of Honor” and as part of an initiation rite ordered seven students to cross a rushing river.

One of the suspects charged in the hazing death of Florida A&M student, Robert Champion has entered a guilty plea. According to his lawyer’s announcement Friday (March 8), Caleb Jackson will take responsibility for his role in the death of the drum major. 

For two Howard University students, not getting into Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. is worth suing over. In a lawsuit filed on Feb. 28 in federal court,  Laurin Compton and Lauren Cofield allege the historically black sorority violated their human rights while Howard did not do enough to protect them from being hazed.