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Interfraternity CEO on hazing: “We encourage criminal charges”

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This year alone, schools including Penn State, Loyola University, University of Central Florida and the University of Arizona, have suspended fraternities after hazing allegations. Judson Horras, president and CEO of the North-American Interfraternity Conference, joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the death of Penn State sophomore Timothy Piazza, the challenges of policing binge drinking at colleges, and the call by some for an end to fraternities on campuses.

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4 Comments

  1. Franklin & Marshall Fraternity & Sorority Life says

    Wow! Cut him off just when he was engaging.

  2. Charles Bleile says

    Since 1978 fraternities have used the movie Animal House as the model for their behavior.

  3. Judge Joe Brown says

    1800 students died by alcohol related deaths. 60 in 8 years in Fraternities. Universities are starting to attack Fraternities so they wont have to solve an endemic problem. Banning student orgs just forces drinking underground. Educating the students is what Judd was trying to say, but the news only cares about creating a monster.

  4. jvandersyde says

    Horras has a lot to say, and says it well. It is unfortunate he didn’t have enough time to respond to these questions. This is not so much a Fraternity question as it is a systemic and moral question. Colleges should not blame fraternities for the woes of alcohol related problems. They are just a culpable. There is a much bigger question here that is not being asked; it has more to do with the general college environment and why students should be held accountable for their actions. This whole situation is simply tragic!

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