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Former Sigma Alpha Epsilon brother on Dartmouth, Greek life and hazing

Students around the country are leaving the nest this week and arriving on college campuses as eager freshman. Many of them will decide to join the nine million students already in Greek organizations and pledge to a fraternity or a sorority. While Greek life comes with many benefits, it can also have a dark side.

This is something Andrew Lohse vividly describes in his new memoir, “Confessions of an Ivy League Frat Boy.” Fusion’s Alicia Menendez sat down with Lohse to talk about hazing, the response to his allegations, and whether or not Greek life should be abolished.

Credit: Johanna Rojas

Former Sigma Alpha Epsilon brother on Dartmouth, Greek life and hazing

Students around the country are leaving the nest this week and arriving on college campuses as eager freshman. Many of them will decide to join the nine million students already in Greek organizations and pledge to a fraternity or a sorority. While Greek life comes with many benefits, it can also have a dark side.

This is something Andrew Lohse vividly describes in his new memoir, “Confessions of an Ivy League Frat Boy.” Fusion’s Alicia Menendez sat down with Lohse to talk about hazing, the response to his allegations, and whether or not Greek life should be abolished.

Credit: Johanna Rojas

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