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Rutgers University campus in New Brunswick, NJ on Nov. 10, 2014. (credit: Glenn Schuck/1010 WINS)

Underage Drinking Incident Shuts Down Fraternity At Rutgers

A fraternity at Rutgers University has been shut down because of an incident involving underage drinking.

03/25/2015

Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity house in New Brunswick (Credit: CBS 2)

Police: Robber Apparently Targeted Rutgers University Fraternity Members’ Home

Authorities say an armed man who robbed a home where some Rutgers University fraternity members live apparently targeted the residence because he believed drugs and cash were stored inside.

03/24/2015

UConn sign (Jenneen Lee/WTIC)

UConn Fraternity, Sororities Banned For Hazing

The University of Connecticut has banned three more Greek organizations for hazing, claiming that students were forced to eat pet food, bob for mini-bottles of alcohol from toilets and be partly or fully nude.

08/12/2014

Baruch College student Chun Hsien “Michael” Deng died of brain trauma while on a trip with his fraternity brothers. (credit: CBS 2)

Fraternity Disowns Baruch College Chapter After Student’s Death

The Pi Delta Psi fraternity has disowned its Baruch College chapter, following the death of a student who died after taking part of a hazing ritual.

12/16/2013

Baruch College student Chun Hsien “Michael” Deng died of brain trauma while on a trip with his fraternity brothers. (credit: CBS 2)

Chief: Not Everyone Cooperating With Baruch Student Death Investigation

The Luzerne County Coroner said a preliminary autopsy report showed Chun Hsien “Michael” Deng died of “closed head injuries due to blunt force trauma.”

12/13/2013

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Former Cornell University Students Cleared In Fraternity Hazing Death Of NYC Student

Three men acquitted of charges stemming from the alcohol-related fraternity hazing death of a Cornell University student.

06/27/2012

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Brooklyn Mother Sues After Son Found Dead At Cornell University Frat House

She says her son was hazed to death. A Brooklyn mother filed a $25 million lawsuit, claiming her son was forced to drink until he was five times the legal limit. She says he was left to die, by his own fraternity brothers.

06/28/2011