Utah State University has agreed to settle a lawsuit by the parents of a freshman who died from consuming vodka in a hazing incident in 2008, The Salt Lake Tribune reported. The parents never sought money, but agreed to drop the suit in return for what they said they wanted from the litigation: pledges by the university to improve oversight and guidance of the Greek system to prevent such tragedies.
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