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Dauphin County school district investigates hazing, cancels high school football season

The Middletown Area School District earlier this month had announced an investigation into what it called a “disturbing and upsetting” Aug. 11 cellphone video showing hazing.

By The Associated Press

Hazing back in the spotlight after recent incident in Middletown

Hazing to initiate new or younger people into fraternal organizations, clubs or onto sports teams is sometimes thought to be a relic of the past that is most often outlawed. But it isn’t.

By Scott LaMar

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N.J. law named for dead Penn State student boosts hazing penalty

Pennsylvania also enacted tougher anti-hazing laws in 2018 that permit fraternity houses to be confiscated when severe hazing occurs.

By The Associated Press

Centre County DA discusses former Penn State football player’s hazing allegations

Centre County District Attorney Bernie Cantorna said his office’s investigation so far does not substantiate the allegations by Isaiah Humphries.
By Min Xian/SpotlightPA

Ex-player sues Penn State over football hazing allegations

A former Penn State football player claims in a new federal lawsuit that other Nittany Lions players hazed him and other younger teammates.

By Mark Scolforo/The Associated Press

Bloomsburg University puts all Greek life on probation, introduces reforms

A college in Columbia County is putting all of its Greek life organizations on probation for the next 18 months.

By Rachel McDevitt