YSU Student Hospitalized After Fraternity Hazing

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Probably not as fun or candle-lit as it looks in the movies.
  • Probably not as fun or candle-lit as it looks in the movies.

Now, the closest thing to a social organization we belonged to in college was a String Cheese tape trading collective, but we hear most pledges come out the other end of fraternity hazing at worst with an unwanted tattoo or a horrifying revulsion to the Door's “The End.” Sometimes, the after effects are a little more frightening. Down at Youngstown State University, some recent Animal House-antics allegedly got out of hand when a student landed in the hospital after going through Greek-related beat down.

The alleged offending body — Kappa Alpha Psi — is not only the oldest Greek organization on campus, it was the first all-black group of its kind. Now, the administration could bounce the frat from the school for good.

The incident happened February 1, according to the Warren Tribune, when ReSean Yancey was taken to the hospital with a concussion and bruising. The injuries were allegedly the result of an off-campus hazing incident. The student was released later in the week.

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