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Alleged Hazing Leaves University of Mississippi Student With Concussion, Broken Teeth
Some are finding the smiles on the alleged perpetrators faces disturbing.
5 Things to Know This Morning
Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning. 1. Deflate-Gate: Tom Brady Says He 'Didn't Alter the Ball in Any Way' New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said he " didn't alter the ball in any way " following accusations that the team used under-inflated footballs
Inside the Frat Party that Caused $75,000 of Damage at a Ski Resort
Students from the University of Michigan , including members from six fraternities and sororities, are accused of causing thousands of dollars' worth of damages during a weekend stay at two northern Michigan ski resorts. The students, which included members of the Sigma Alpha Mu, Pi Kappa Alpha and
New Claims Filed In Lawsuit Over Fraternity Hazing Death at NIU
New details have emerged in the lawsuit over the death of 19-year-old David Bodenberger, a freshman at Northern Illinois University, who died on Nov. 2, 2012 after allegedly being hazed while pledging fraternity Pi Kappa Alpha. The lawsuit against the Pi Kappa Alpha International Fraternity,...
Florida Fraternity Suspended Over Facebook Posts
Florida International University's Pi Kappa Alpha under investigation for alleged drug dealing.
22 Arrest Warrants Issued Over NIU Frat Hazing Death of David Bogenberger
Authorities in Dekalb, Ill. have issued 22 warrants for the arrest of students at Northern Illinois University
Illinois Frat Members Charged in Hazing Death
Northern Illinois University student David Bogenberger died after a night of heavy drinking.
New York Police Bust Five Columbia University Students for Alleged Drug Ring
Five students at prestigious Columbia University in New York City have been arrested for allegedly selling drugs out of fraternity houses and dorms. The arrests follow a five month investigation known as "Operation Ivy League." The students, all undergraduates, are accused of selling a "variety of
Should Fraternities Be Shut Down?
While System May Have Problems, Experts Say Fraternities Can Play Positive Role
A 27-year-old graduate student, dressed all in black, opened fire on a crowded lecture hall and at Northern Illinois University on Thurs. Feb. 14, 2008. Ryanne Mace Ryanne Mace's college roommate and good friend Amy Schwartz last saw her as she was walking down to her class in Cole Hall. A