It has happened again -- another college student is dead after being hazed. This time it took place in Baton Rouge at LSU. 18-year-old Maxwell Gruver, a freshman from Georgia, died after playing a drinking game at the Phi Delta Theta fraternity where he was a pledge. Then people were arrested, including 19-year-old Nicholas Taulli who is from Cypress. He was listed as an active participant in the hazing and has been arrested and charged with misdemeanor hazing.
Research shows over the last 17 years, 41 young people have died from hazing around the country. The question is, how can parents and schools protect students from this deadly conduct?
On the Factor to talk about it is Ikem of indmix.com who's also a member of Phi Beta Segma and Todd A. Smith of Regal Media Group, who is a former college professor and a member of Kappa Alpha Psi.