Hazing study cited in LA Times article about California student death

The Los Angeles Times cited a 2008 University of Maine study on hazing in an article about the death of a University of California, Riverside student. Family members and others suspect the death was related to hazing, according to the article. The study, conducted by researchers Elizabeth Allan and Mary Madden, found that 55 percent of students who join sororities, fraternities, sports teams or other groups on college campuses experience hazing, and the majority of incidents are unreported, the article states.