Florida A&M University has placed the Kappa Psi Psi professional sorority on “inactive status,” interim President Dr. Larry Robinson announced last week, in response to an alleged Oct. 4 hazing incident at an off-campus location.

The Tallahassee Democrat reports pledges to the sorority were required to stand in place for hours at a time and humiliated while being forced to perform impossible tasks.

FAMU has been a center of controversy since the death of drum major Robert Champion in a hazing incident last year involving the school’s marching band, the Marching 100.

The Kappa Psi Psi incident was reported to FAMU’s newly launched anti-hazing website. read more…