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Sorority recruitment has long been used as hilarious fodder for movies. Hello, House Bunny! But all too often, crazy hazing techniques aren't confined to the fictional world of film. Reports of real sororities employing humiliating or even dangerous tactics to get their potential pledges ready for Greek life have made headlines, and a study found that 68 percent of women in Greek life had experienced hazing in their quest to join a sorority.
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Salisbury University has suspended its Phi Beta Sigma fraternity chapter for hazing, after members were reported to have hit pledges with paddles and held forced workouts at an off-campus house, school officials said. The chapter of fewer than 10 students was suspended through the spring semester, Salisbury Dean Valerie Randall-Lee said. Neither Phi Beta Sigma's national executive director nor the local chapter could be reached for comment Monday evening. Randall-Lee said an initial hazing report in October could not be confirmed, but a second tip the following month led the university to investigate and suspend the fraternity.
The event aimed to address issues of domestic and sexual violence. Engineering junior Andre Brooks, Phi Beta Sigma secretary, said the fraternity wanted to spread awareness and instigate dialogue about domestic and sexual abuse, as well as address stigma around pageantry. During the talent portion, participants shared a diverse range of skills, from reading original poems and narratives to baking a pie.
Somewhere between being beaten with a cane so hard that it broke, and between being pummeled, poked with needles and branded on his arms and chest with a red-hot iron, Wardell Pride had a numbing thought. Hazing, in both white and black fraternities, is one of the perennial ills of college life. And while hazing at white fraternities -- particularly in the form of alcohol abuse -- remains an enormous problem, officers of black fraternities say that, four years after violent hazing was banned, the practice persists to such a degree that it has become a threat to their fraternities' existence.