Nearly two dozen upstate college frat boys tortured pledges by vomiting and urinating on them and forcing them to eat food off the floor like a dog during alcohol-fueled hazing rituals, according to reports. Twenty-one student members of the Pi Alpha Nu fraternity at SUNY Plattsburgh are being charged with hazing, criminal nuisance, and unlawfully...
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