StopHazing last year conducted and published a study on the effects of hazing. Hazing is defined as “any activity expected of someone joining or participating in a group that humiliates, degrades, abuses, or endangers them regardless of a person’s willingness to participate.” To find out more, go to Stophazing.org.
Check out this interactive infographic on the most frequently reported hazing behaviors, by category:
The following information is from the Initial Findings of the National Study of Student Hazing: Examining and Transforming Campus Hazing Cultures.
The research is based on the analysis of 11,482 survey responses from undergraduate students enrolled at 53 colleges and universities and more than 300 interviews with students and campus personnel at 18 of those institutions.
Currently 44 US states have passed anti-hazing laws.
I think they should wear more protective gear.
This dumb, sereously it’s football the only “hazing” I ever see is when the team is PLAYING the game, so those “officials” need to re check what they’re saying cuse it’s football I love football and I’m a girl I would be really mad and probley would make me switch schools if I was on the team.