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Sororities are all about sisterhood. And then, there are all the hazing stories that come out of the woodwork, particularly now that we have online media to pick up on smaller stories. Here are 15 of the most disturbing sorority hazing stories — they may just make you think twice about ever joining a sorority. Where things get a little more disturbing is when pledges are forced to drink way, way too much. As a result, she ended up blacking out and waking up the next day in the hospital. Some of the female pledges at Young Harris College, a small spot in rural Georgia, stepped forward when hazing got too disturbing to handle. The physical abuses in hazing are terrible enough, but something like that could have crazy repercussions for years to come, and even yield to serious issues like eating disorders.
They're taking selfies, getting naked, sunbaking, passing out and drinking loads of alcohol - welcome to Schoolies Roughly 30, school leavers have flocked to Queensland's Gold Coast for the notorious week-long celebrations and many are documenting it all on social media for the world to see. Teenagers from across Australia are taking to Facebook and Instagram to post their embarrassing and sometimes hilarious party antics, despite warnings they might regret it later on.
By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog. In October I returned from my mission to Colorado. I worked for a couple of months at home in Illinois to earn some money, and then in January I headed out to Provo to resume my college career. My good friend who returned from his mission at the same time I did and I went around visiting some of our old ward members who now lived in Provo, and one of those was a sister from my home ward who worked in the Harris Fine Arts Center.