These Hands Don't Haze

September 22, 2020

Members of Greek organizations traced their hands onto the "These Hands Don't Haze" banner today, Sept. 22, as part of National Hazing Prevention Week activities. Other events this week have included a virtual presentation of “Love, Mom and Dad,” where parents who lost children to hazing share their experiences, and an anti-hazing banner competition between Greek organizations this week, with banners hanging from the Ryan Skywalk.

Top photo: Clockwise, from top left, Christian Jones, director of student activities; Clare Danner, director of student leadership; and Kennedy Brough and Kammie McGreal of the Theta Phi Alpha sorority hold the “These Hands Don’t Haze” banner outside the Rick L. and Vicki L. James University Center. (Photo by Kacie Galloway)

Top right: Irving Ojeda, left, and Bailey Zurface of the Kappa Sigma fraternity add their handprints to the banner. (Photo by Kacie Galloway)

Bottom right: Madisen Campbell of the Theta Phi Alpha sorority traces her handprint onto the “These Hands Don’t Haze” banner. (Photo by Clare Danner)

Last Updated: 09/22/2020

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