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While the practice of hazing dates back to the Middle Ages, the once honored tradition has transformed itself more into a present-day threat. No longer relegated to college fraternities and sororities anymore, middle and high school teens are turning to hazing with devasting consequences. Join guest host Frank Stasio discussing hazing in high schools.
- Hank Nuwer Journalist and author of High School Hazing
- Marina Hennessey A high school student from Avon High School in Avon, Indiana
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