Hazing... Growing into a Nationwide Dilemma
With the growing number of hazing incidents, anti-hazing activists are also growing in number. However, the number of college anti-hazing activists greatly outweighs the number of those activists who are working to prevent high school hazing. There have been primarily just two activists who have battled hazing at the high school level. Both were teenage girls who endured traumatic hazing, and later helped pass statutes in their home states of Minnesota and Vermont in the late 1990s. High school anti-hazing activists are few and far between for a few specific reasons. While high school hazing is every bit as wrong as college hazing, there have not been, so far, a growing number of fatalities caused by high school hazing, like there is at the college level. Also, despite horrific hazing incidents, like those previously described, high school hazing has not received the attention of national media outlets like episodes of college hazing garners ( Nuwer 12 ).
Eileen Stevens has been the leading anti-hazing activist, since 1978. Her son, Chuck, died in a fraternity hazing incident at Alfred University. …
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