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Controlling Hazing - Ron Annear

Hazing Policy UPEI.jpgSchools, colleges and universities in the region are no doubt paying close attention to a story out of Halifax today. Dalhousie University has suspended most of its women's hockey team following an investigation into a hazing incident. Only five, first-year players remain for what is now a forfeited season. Dalhousie says the hazing involved "humiliation, intimidation and excessive drinking." Here, at UPEI, Ron Annear is the director of athletics and recreation. Pat Faller talked to Annear for his reaction and his thoughts on controlling hazing.

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