South Carolina Law Makes Greek Misconduct Public

June 10, 2016

A new law in South Carolina will require public colleges and universities to publish reports on fraternity and sorority misconduct related to drugs, alcohol, assaults and hazing, The Post and Courier reported. The law is named for Tucker Hipps, a Clemson University student found dead in a lake in 2014 in a tragedy widely viewed as linked to hazing.

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