Interfraternity Council at Kansas Found to Haze

February 7, 2011

Many colleges and universities rely on their Greek organizations' leadership groups to help prevent hazing. But at the University of Kansas, officials recently found that the Interfraternity Council itself has been engaged in hazing, with members paddling one another as part of leadership transition ceremonies, The Kansas City Star reported. The university is planning sanctions, which have yet to be determined, against the council.

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