PennLive Cites UMaine Hazing Study

PennLive cited a 2008 University of Maine study in the article “‘A culture problem, not a college problem’: The discussion on combating hazing continues.” The study, which was conducted by researchers Elizabeth Allan and Mary Madden, found 74 percent of students that experienced at least one hazing behavior were in varsity athletics, while 73 were in a social fraternity or sorority, according to the report. The study also was cited in the PennLive article “Hazing across campus: How universities handle the dark side of student life.”