Digest After Dark: So What Are Ya’ll Really Going To Do About Hazing? August 23, 2018 Up next JL Carter Sr.Posted on August 23, 2018August 23, 2018The Sports Business Journal Did a 21-Page Feature on Diversity — and Never Mentioned HBCUsPosted on August 23, 2018August 23, 2018JL Carter Sr. Published on August 23, 2018 Author JL Carter Sr. TagsHazing Share article The post has been shared by 46 people. Facebook 46 Twitter 0 Pinterest 0 Mail 0 We discuss the culture of hazing at HBCUs, and implications for students, administrators, campuses, and legacy. 1 commentWe all know hazing still exist, and its not going to stop at individuals chapters until they get caught, someone gets hurt, or dies. So since that is the fact there is only so much the schools and administration can do. So it is an individual thing and it start with not only education but each chapter making a commitment not to do it. Hazing has existed since the beginning of each Divine 9 and fraternity and sorority on campus. Since the first fraternity Phi Beta Kappa in the U.S. Again each chapter has to make a commitment to not do it.Comments are closed.