SNAP: Student Network for Advocacy and Prevention

SNAP: Student Network for Advocacy and Prevention Announcing – SNAP! StopHazing’s Student Network for Advocacy and Prevention (SNAP) is a student-led group dedicated to hazing prevention education and advocating for its comprehensive prevention. This group consists of student-leaders at all levels, working together to #StopHazing in their communities, schools, and campuses across the U.S. and…  Continue reading »

Q & A: Commitment to Hazing Prevention at the University of Texas at Austin

When we launched the Campus Commitment to Hazing Prevention: Action Guide in partnership with the Clery Center late last month, we heard from leaders about their campus’ commitment to hazing prevention. Keep reading to learn more about the University of Texas at Austin’s commitment to hazing prevention from Associate Vice President of Student Life, Doug…  Continue reading »

REACH – Bipartisan Legislation Introduced to Address Hazing on College Campuses

Read the press release below for REACH, an evidence-informed anti-hazing bill. For more information about REACH and why campuses need standardized reporting requirements as a component of hazing prevention, visit March 18, 2021 WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), along with Senators Bill Cassidy (R-LA), Sherrod Brown (D-OH), and Bob Casey (D-PA), reintroduced legislation to…  Continue reading »

Advocating for Policies that Prioritize the Safety of College Students

January 28, 2021 As a continued collaborator with the Clery Center and an organization advocating for stronger policies to keep students safe, StopHazing urges you to read the following blog post to understand what’s on the horizon for campus safety and hazing prevention legislation. Blog post published by the Clery Center: “Never has the passing…  Continue reading »

StopHazing Redesign Prompts Reflection: Then and Now

January 19, 2020 By Dr. Elizabeth Allan, StopHazing Principal Shifting gears amidst the pandemic brought many challenges but also some unexpected opportunities. Among these, for StopHazing, was reallocating resources that would ordinarily be allocated to conference travel and redirecting them toward improvements to our website, While the site redesign project was on our “to…  Continue reading »

How the world’s scientists are coming together serves as a model for anti-hazing efforts

The following post for StopHazing was written by author and anti-hazing activist Hank Nuwer. For more information on Hank, check out his website at These are tough times for all the world’s men and women. Without any self-whining or too many details, my wife and I have been affected. I chose to hand in my…  Continue reading »

Clery Center and StopHazing Launch Hazing Prevention Toolkit for Campus Professionals®

STRAFFORD, PA – Campus hazing can have far-reaching negative consequences for individual students, their families, student organizations, groups and teams, and the broader campus community. To guide effective hazing prevention, Clery Center and StopHazing have partnered to develop a data-driven Hazing Prevention Framework (HPF)© based on principles of prevention science and findings from the Hazing…  Continue reading »

StopHazing Releases Preliminary Evaluation of We Don’t Haze Documentary

In 2016, Clery Center worked with StopHazing to develop We Don’t Haze, a free 17-minute documentary to promote hazing prevention on college campuses. The documentary shares the perspectives of students, family members, and professionals whose lives have been impacted by hazing, and touches on key themes in hazing prevention such as examples of hazing, how to recognize…  Continue reading »

A week dedicated to hazing prevention

The following post for StopHazing was written by Lara Carney, an intern for StopHazing and a fourth year Journalism major at the University of Maine with a double minor in professional and creative writing.  Students, colleges, and communities nationwide banded together the week of September 18 through September 22 to spread the word and recognize…  Continue reading »

“Hazing in America” – confronting hazing culture

The following post for StopHazing was written by Lara Carney, an intern for StopHazing and a fourth year Journalism major at the University of Maine with a double minor in professional and creative writing.  “If it doesn’t feel right, if it doesn’t look right – get out.” James Piazza gave this advice to any student…  Continue reading »

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