- Faith & Family
Has the tradition of hazing run its course?
Fannie Humes, 77, retired, Miami I doubt it will ever go away, it will probably be able to be decreased with more restrictions but there will always be people that will try to do it and I don’t approve of it.
Allen Crockett, 73, truck driver, Liberty City I would say yes because it is not a good thing and it should go away.
Mary Reeves, 55, retired, Bunche Park It will not go away because it is a tradition and many times the guys don’t realize the ramifications of their actions. And even though FAMU did all they could do to prevent hazing, things still happen, you can’t be everywhere all the time.
Jackques Helen, 48 house keeper, Miami This will continue to go on if they don’t do anything about it and that is how I feel about that.
Willie Newkirk , 70, retired, Liberty City They need to cut it out because they are playing dangerous games. When I was in school it wasn’t like that. Hazing is very, very dangerous and I don’t think it should be happening. I really hope hazing will stop.
William Seed, 73, retired, Liberty City No because it is a part of history as far as college is concerned. The young students aren’t going to let it go away, they will continue to do it.