A Penn State fraternity deemed to have violated penalties imposed over hazing, alcohol use and other behavior has been closed temporarily.
More than 100 Penn State University students and other supporters demonstrated Friday against a fraternity accused of posting photos of nude or partly nude women, some asleep or passed out, on an invitation-only Facebook page, urging the administration to take stronger action against those involved.
Penn State intends to hold accountable the fraternity members who used a private, invitation-only Facebook page to post “appalling, offensive” photos of nude and partly nude women, some apparently asleep or passed out, a university official said.
A fraternity at Penn State University has been suspended as police investigate allegations that members used a private, invitation-only Facebook page to post photos of nude and partly nude women, some apparently asleep or passed out.
The second student charged in the death of a West Virginia University fraternity pledge has turned himself into police.
Police have filed charges against a young man in connection with the death of a West Virginia University student who was found unresponsive last year in a frat house.
A meeting was held this morning over an alleged case of hazing involving the soccer team at Highlands High School.
A local high school has suspended its soccer coach and several players for an alleged hazing incident, and now police are investigating.
The Dolphins suspended a player for bullying a teammate. Wednesday, the Steelers weighed in on the situation.
Jonathan Martin was born in Pittsburgh, raised in California and was in his second year with the Miami Dolphins when he suddenly left the team.
A Bethel Park District Court judge dismissed charges against three Upper Saint Clair High School students accused of hazing five incoming freshmen boys.
The videos show the repeated blows the audio reveals laughter and encouragement as incoming freshmen are paddled — allegedly by upperclassmen who attend Upper St. Clair High School.
On the first day of football camp earlier this month, veteran varsity players allegedly restrained rookie teammates. The veterans then pulled down their pants and stuck their backsides in the faces of those on the ground.