Grady Newsource Explains: National Hazing Prevention Week

By: Chelsea Beimfohr

UGA sororities are joining their sisters around the country in National Hazing Prevention Week activities through Friday. Two in five students say they are aware of hazing taking place on their campus, according to National Hazing Prevention Week is an opportunity to raise awareness about the problem and prevention of hazing.

We spoke with University of Georgia Panhellenic Vice President Erin Munger to find out how the UGA Greek community is getting involved.

You can find out more about National Hazing Prevention Week here.

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