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Military University Hazing Includes Waterboarding and Branding

An investigation has commenced into sports team hazing allegations involving the women’s rugby team at Norwich University. Norwich University is a historic military college. The sports team hazing allegations involve waterboarding and branding, according to Chief of the Northfield Police Department John Helfant. The investigation by law enforcement commenced on March 20, 2022. The investigation commenced when the police received a report that a student had been held at knifepoint in one of the dorms on the Norwich University campus….

Federal Legislation Introduced to Curtail Fraternity Hazing

Two more young men were killed in fraternity hazing incidents in the United States in March 2021. These deaths are among a growing number of college students who’ve lost their lives or been seriously injured as the result of hazing incidents associated with fraternities, sororities, and other organizations on campuses across the United States. Four separate types of entities in the United States have taken steps allegedly designed to bring an end to dangerous fraternity hazing and hazing associated with…

Davidson High School (Mobile, AL) Football Hazing Update

In a previous post on our website, we reported on the injuries sustained by 14-year-old Rodney Kim Jr, a freshman at Davidson High School in Mobile, AL. In that post we noted that Rodney’s parents, Rodney Senior and Mary Kim, stated that they had received private communications from other student-athletes, former employees at Davidson High, and a “whistleblower” connected to Davidson High School, stating that the “beatdown” endured by young Rodney was not an isolated incident but it was just…

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