Dangerous hazing: beaten, locked in basements, humiliated and almost killed. New reports WJZ’s news partner, the Baltimore Sun, obtained paint a dark picture of hazing rituals on Maryland college campuses.
A popular local football coach is back on the field, months after he was suspended over hazing accusations. His suspension caused an outcry by players and parents. Monday, a judge ruled to let the Dunbar High coach return to his team.
Drinking and diapers. The hazing allegations at Towson University are now public. The school’s top ranked cheerleading team was suspended for a semester following an off-campus incident.
Maryland’s Senate has agreed to boost the penalty for college hazing from $500 to $5,000. The bill is now headed to the Senate.
A fraternity suspended for hazing at Salisbury University says it has eliminated the pledging process for members.
The Baltimore City School Board is investigating allegations of hazing at Dunbar High School in East Baltimore.
Salisbury University says a fraternity suspended after accusations of hazing a pledge has violated its suspension by continuing to recruit members and will have to wait even longer to return to campus.
Beaten and forced to drink dangerous amounts of alcohol. Those are some of the disturbing allegations of hazing at a Salisbury University fraternity. A former pledge has come forward to speak out.
Suspended Miami Dolphins player Richie Incognito makes his first public comments since being benched during a bullying investigation. This — as the Ravens talk candidly about hazing in the NFL.
Ravens Defensive Tackle Chris Canty , who came into the NFL with former Dolphins OL Richie Incognito, & Coach Harbaugh address hazing & bullying
I am tired of people saying “hey, this is what it is like in an NFL lockerroom. Martin should have punched him in the face.” That is convenient tough guy talk, but somewhat unrealistic.
Big guys who bully. The NFL is investigating whether rookies are being threatened. It all comes after a Miami Dolphins player walked off the team, saying hazing had taken an ugly turn.