Pledges also had to "race up and down a street and then consume foods," according to the school's report.
Great to see that in a world of uncertainty, the hazing antics of America's fraternities remain dependably offensive and cruel.
"The biggest thing that I’ve found is Reactance Theory."
What happens when you put a bunch of culinary students together under one roof and give them a whole bunch of rules to live by? Pure anarchy and teachers who end up in the fetal position.
The costumes used in rookie hazing were often offensive caricatures of what men idealize in women, and especially made a mockery of transgender women.
Under the terms of the new CBA, offensive costumes including those based on race, sex, and nationality among others will be banned.
According to a recent investigation by the Hofstra Chronicle, Sigma Pi pledges were allegedly forced to vomit on other members and pour hot sauce on their genitals. We talked to a hazing expert to understand why these rituals happen.
Incoming freshman Aidan Howard left the school after he sustained a concussion and orbital bone fracture when he was forced to fight another teammate.
Forty-four states have laws against hazing, but experts say most of them are symbolic at best.
Greek men are welcomed into their mandatory military service with a number of humiliating rituals.
As cases of hazing involving sexual assault between high school athletes continue to make headlines, Valparaiso University law professor Susan P. Stuart talks about why these cases keep happening and the role Title IX has played in their litigation.