There is much in the recent Rolling Stone hazing exposé that I find to be true. In particular, I am struck by the author's musing that a student might die one day as a result of hazing. His sentiment gave me pause. Because I was very nearly that death.
James Ammons, FAMU president, surprised by a CNN reporter, responding to questions about the 'alleged hazing death' of FAMU student Robert Champion pretty much 'failed the test' of leadership when interviewed.
In 1845, professors and college presidents felt they were dealing with students whose behavior was beyond their control. Fast forward 150 years. Do administrators and parents have similar concerns today?