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Pres 4

  1. 1. HAZING By: Erika CainStephanie Camello June Ko Danielle Stierna Christian Yun
  2. 2. IntroductionNecessary and Effective Alternatives Student’s Decision New Members Conclusion
  3. 3. HELL WEEK
  4. 4. William Torrance 1993- 2012 • 19 years old • Bid night • Alcohol related
  5. 5. Samuel Mason1990-2010 • 20 years old • Pledge applicant • Alcohol related
  6. 6. SO…WHAT IS HAZING• conduct which causes, or is likely to cause: • bodily danger, physical harm, or personal degradation • or disgrace resulting in physical or mental harm to another person • in the course of the other persons preinitiation into, initiation into, affiliation with, holding office in, or maintaining membership in any organization.
  7. 7. NUMBERS FOR THOUGHT• 6 in 10• 1 in 2• 1 in 3
  8. 8. OUR RESOLUTION
  9. 9. IntroductionNecessary and Effective Alternatives Student’s Decision New Members Conclusion
  10. 10. USC Policies Against Hazing Lukewarm Passive Fruitless Ineffective Nuisance
  11. 11. OFRESOLUTION• Activate the current efforts• Initiate a small first step• Shift the focus• Work with the students
  12. 12. The University has anorganized set of tangible rules That we can put to good use
  13. 13. Seminar Sessions Brief Powerful Highly Personalized Target Focused Heartfelt
  14. 14. “It is nearly impossible to get rid of hazing as a whole”“…Information sessions are boring…” “…Hazing is a secret too well kept..”COUNTERARGUMENTS
  15. 15. OUR STANCE“We recognize:• that it truly is impossible to vanquish the hazing culture, however doing so is not our approach.”• that the purposes of hazing are in fact legitimate, and have no intention to trample on the cause.”
  16. 16. Intentions• healthy team-building• University policies are not to hinder, but to guide• Aid in proper communication between school and student groups• Improve through direct feedback
  17. 17. IntroductionNecessary and Effective Alternatives Student’s Decision New Members Conclusion
  18. 18. GOING OVERBOARD IS BAD
  19. 19. MAKING IT MANDATORY FOR YOUR BENEFIT• Sign in with ID• Have fun and get informed• We’re making new, better traditions!
  20. 20. IntroductionNecessary and Effective Alternatives Student’s Decision New Members Conclusion
  21. 21. Hazing is a group decision, not an individual
  22. 22. Hazing in it’s Ugly Form
  23. 23. Responsible Respect forDiscipline Authority Core ValuesTeamwork Brotherhood Trust
  24. 24. TEAM BUILDING, THROUGH ANOTHER METHOD
  25. 25. IntroductionNecessary and Effective Alternatives Student’s Decision New Members Conclusion
  26. 26. THE DRIVING FORCE BEHIND ANY ORGANIZATION
  27. 27. Group Dynamics
  28. 28. Filtering Members
  29. 29. Hazing CanCause People toJeopardize TheirMorals
  30. 30. WE ONLY WANT PEOPLE WHO AREDEDICATED…
  31. 31. THEY DON’T HAVE TO JEOPARDIZE ANYTHING…
  32. 32. IntroductionNecessary and Effective Alternatives Student’s Decision New Members Conclusion
  33. 33. LetsEducate, BeforIt’s Too Late

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