Pa. Attorney General Wants to Reinstate Charges in Penn State Hazing Death

Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro has filed to appeal a district court ruling last month that dismissed involuntary manslaughter charges against several former Penn State fraternity […]


Judge Drops Felony Charges Against Fraternity Brothers in Timothy Piazza Case

A judge has dropped involuntary manslaughter and aggravated assault charges against eight members of the fraternity where Penn State sophomore Timothy Piazza was drinking the […]

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Rep. Meehan Proposes Bill Targeting Hazing on College Campuses

Pennsylvania Congressman Patrick Meehan introduced a bill on Thursday that would crack down on hazing on college campuses nationwide. The legislation, called the Report and Educate […]


Male Penn Grad Says He Was Sexually Assaulted After 2013 Phi Kappa Psi Party

Recent University of Pennsylvania graduate Reginald Stewart has sued Penn’s Phi Kappa Psi fraternity as well as fraternity brother Charles Gibson over a January 2013 […]


Lawmaker Wants to Expand Pa. Hazing Law

With controversy about the suspended football season at Central Bucks West still raging, one lawmaker is suggesting that the state make its anti-hazing law tougher. […]


It’s 2014. Time to Stop Hazing.

I was a three-sport athlete in high school and played a Division I college sport, so I am not new to the concept of “team […]


Central Bucks West H.S. Cancels Football Season After Hazing Reports

The superintendent of the Central Bucks School District announced Thursday that the remainder of Central Bucks West High School’s football season has been canceled. The […]