UP Diliman confirms student suffered in fraternity violence


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The Philippine’s premier state university finally confirmed, after many days of unverified campus reports, that one of its students suffered in a “fraternity incident.” The school administration refused to divulge the identity of the student or details of the incident, saying the victim’s family wanted to keep their privacy, but gave assurances that an investigation is being conducted. The University of the Philippines Diliman chancellor’s confirmation of the incident came less than a week after a De La Salle University-College of Saint Benilde student died and 3 others were badly injured in a fraternity hazing, prompting calls from various sectors for a review of the anti-hazing law.

Read the full story of the UP case here. Also, read here the CSB president and chancellor’s letter urging students to just say no when being recruited by fraternities.

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