22 in Northern Illinois Fraternity Charged in Pledge's Death
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Twenty-two members of a fraternity at Northern Illinois University have been charged with violating hazing laws in the death of a freshman, The Chicago Tribune reported. The freshman died after participating in an event in which he went from room to room in the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, and answered questions in each room, and was then given vodka and other liquor.