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The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The independent news website of The Kent Stater & TV2

Kent Wired

The crests of several Greek life organizations on a wall near the dining hall known as the Hub in the Kent Student Center. Ohios Collins Law, which went into effect Thursday, criminalizes hazing by any organizations, including on-campus Greek life.

Collin’s Law goes into effect in Ohio, increases penalties for hazing-related incidents

Zaria Johnson Editor-in-Chief October 8, 2021

Collin’s Law, which increases the criminal penalties for hazing incidents on college campuses, went into effect Thursday, increasing the act of hazing to a second-degree misdemeanor and making the failure...

Vice President for Student Affairs Lamar Hylton. 

Kent State expresses support of Ohio’s Anti-Hazing Act, Collin’s Law

Raygene English July 6, 2021

Governor Mike DeWine is scheduled to sign the Anti-Hazing act known as Collin’s Law Tuesday, which will make Ohio the 11th state to make hazing a felony. Collin’s Law, which is also known as Ohio’s...

Kent State’s Anti-Hazing Culture

Ohio University recently suspended several fraternities, sororities and groups associated with the university for hazing-related violations.Ohio University released a statement on its website stating “we...

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