With a student in the hospital, the University at Buffalo is taking a look at the future of Greek life at the school.
Florida State University has indefinitely suspended its fraternities and sororities after the alcohol-related death of a freshman pledge and cocaine charges for a member of another fraternity.
Penn State has developed an advisory group that includes students, faculty and university trustees to address issues within its Greek system following the February death of a pledge.
New documents reveal details about the night of alleged hazing at Louisiana State University’s Phi Delta Theta fraternity — including members allegedly yelling at pledges and forcing them to drink alcohol — that authorities say led to the death of a freshman.
A group of Yale students says the era of gender discrimination needs to end and that allowing females into male-dominated fraternities is a start.
Photos showing pledges being doused in hot sauce and forced into small cages for hours are just a sampling of the torture that former Hofstra University student Syed Mehdi says he was put through back in 2015.
A former Penn State fraternity member charged in connection with the death of pledge Timothy Piazza at the fraternity house earlier this year allegedly texted his girlfriend “drink hazing can send me to jail,” and “I don’t want to go to jail for this” after the pledge suffered what turned out to be a fatal injury.
Outrage over a University of Oklahoma fraternity’s racist chant circulating on social media is spreading nationwide.
LAVRIO, Greece (AP) — On an exhaustive tour of Greece’s blue collar towns and city suburbs, Kyriakos Mitsotakis has a spring in his step — no wonder, he’s the overwhelming favorite to become the country’s next prime minister as the unlikely heir of a powerful political family. Arriving at Lavrio, an old factory town near […]
Involuntary manslaughter and aggravated assault charges have been dropped against eight former Penn State University fraternity members in connection with the death of a pledge at the fraternity house earlier this year, a Pennsylvania judge announced today.