Readings — From the March 2014 issue

Greek Tragedy

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From stories submitted anonymously to the website hazedandconfused.com, describing the tasks reportedly carried out by undergraduates in pledging prospective fraternities or sororities. Visitors to the site are encouraged to vote for their favorite stories.

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  • Jared Simpson

    Hmm. No comments yet insisting that this sort of insanely sadistic behavior is not representative of the vast majority of Greek organizations/members and that it is unfortunately the actions of a few bad apples that besmirch the reputation of hundreds of thousands of fraternity and sorority members who have benefitted from membership in these venerable institutions by acquiring social and leadership skills that make them especially successful and productive members of society.

  • Jared Simpson

    As of this comment, hazedandconfused.com has been pulled down.

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