Schools knew of trouble before student deaths

By Sara Ganim Nolan Burch’s parents didn’t know what West Virginia University knew — that the fraternity their son was pledging had a history of bad behavior and was about to lose its charter. Tucker Hipps’ parents didn’t know what Clemson University knew — that there were an unprecedented number of fraternity violations happening in the weeks their son pledged. And Marquise Braham’s parents didn’t know what they say Penn State University allegedly knew — that there were concerns about their son’s well-being in the days leading up to his suicide. Read the full article here: http://www.cnn.com/2015/11/02/us/fraternity-hazing-deaths/index.html

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