Three Northern Illinois University students, facing felony hazing charges in death of a freshman, went before a judge this afternoon.
The Maine Township High School District 207 school board has voted to fire the school’s soccer coach, who has been accused of allowing criminal hazing activities, including the sodomizing of players.
Twenty-two members of a fraternity at Northern Illinois University have been charged in connection with the death of a student from excessive drinking during a hazing ritual last month.
Cook County State’s Attorney Anita Alvarez wants a “complete and thorough, top-to-bottom” review of alleged hazing abuses at Maine West High School.
Rough horseplay, yes. Sexual misconduct, no. That is the finding of an investigation of off-campus hazing at Hoffman Estates High School involving the boys’ basketball team.
Supporters of two coaches at Maine West High School are defending them, via Facebook.
After a one-day internal investigation, the entire boys’ varsity basketball team at Hoffman Estates High School was suspended Saturday for three games.
Maine West soccer team members and other students whom Michael Divincenzo taught know him as “Divo.” He has his supporters in some former pupils, CBS 2’s Pamela Jones reports.
One mother is angry at Divincenzo and has joined several families filing lawsuits against Maine Township High School District 207 because of a series of alleged attacks coaches knew about dating back to 2007.
Three families have joined a lawsuit against Maine Township High School District 207, alleging their children were also hazed at Maine West High School.
A hazing scandal at Maine West high school is expanding, following revelations of an incident involving the baseball team back in 2008.
More victims have reportedly come forward – in an alleged hazing scandal involving the Maine West boys soccer team.
The family of a Maine West High School freshman is suing the school district, claiming their son was sexually assaulted during a hazing ritual in September. WBBM’s Steve Miller reports.
A Chicago father is seeking damages from the city’s school district for the psychological damage he says his son experienced at the hands of bullies.
The pictures are now part of an investigation headed by police in Freeport, where the soccer team played in a tournament.
A police investigation is underway amid allegations of possible hazing at a high school in Joliet, but one student says he thinks it is all being blown out of proportion.
Officials at Joliet Township High School are investigating hazing allegations against members of the girls’ soccer team.
New details were emerging Tuesday about a hazing incident at Prosser Career Academy that left a 14-year-old football player with bruises.