Thoughts on Hazing from a Phi Beta Sigma, Carl J. Turner

“People have asked me, ‘Did you haze back then?’ I say: ‘No. We were more in tune with trying to project ourselves as intelligent young college men who were not about the rowdy aspects of someone beating you up or dropping you off in the woods to prove your manhood. You were accepted as a man by virtue of your going to college. You saw yourself as an individual of character and you tried to address yourself and those around you with respect.'”
Wise words on hazing from a Phi Beta Sigma, Carl J. Turner (The Crescent, as noted in “The Divine Nine: The History of African American Fraternities and Sororities”, Lawrence C. Ross)

 

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About rigsurfer

A Brother of Delta Upsilon International Fraternity, Inc., Joined in Fall 2010. Completed a B.A. in English at North Carolina State University in 2013 and received a M.Ed. in Higher Education Administration at Texas Tech University in 2015. Passionate about Leadership and Diversity as well as Ducks, Scooby Doo, and reading.
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