UF hazing committee developing incident reporting site
Members of UF Anti-hazing Taskforce meeting on Monday afternoon. (photo by Chris Gilmore)
The University of Florida’s Anti-Hazing Committee met for the third time this year. The group formed in late January just a few weeks after hazing cases at FAMU brought national attention to the initiation practice at many schools. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT FM’s Chris Gilmore has more on how the committee is coming up with innovative ways to combat hazing on the UF campus.
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