Universities, Colleges Look To Curb Hazing

Frats & Sororities

An alleged rape at a fraternity party in February 2017 forced Arkansas State University to shut down its Greek life for several months. It’s a problem the university and its state counterparts hope to avoid in the future.

ASU, along with the University of Arkansas, hosted a statewide Greek Life Symposium earlier this week at UA Little Rock. The goal was to discuss ways to minimize risks to students while increasing safety at fraternities and sororities, according to organizers. At least 88 people, including students and employees who work with Greek Life, attended. Representatives from Arkansas State University, University of Arkansas, UA Little Rock, University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, University of Arkansas at Fort Smith, Arkansas Tech University, and University of Arkansas at Monticello attended.    MORE

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