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Dragons Against Hazing

Hazing Prevention Awareness Week 2016

Hazing Prevention Awareness Week will run from Sunday, October 23 through Friday, October 28. More information will be available in September. An element of Drexel's Hazing Prevention Initiative, this annual event is held to raise awareness of the negative effects of hazing, and to provide students with the opportunity to come together for fun activities and promote camaraderie in a healthy environment. These events focus on the benefits of positive interactions and building our community through constructive team-building exercises.

We invite you to join us for a week-long schedule of activities that show how Drexel Dragons build a true sense of community:

Sunday, October 23

Being A New Greek Conference

Behrakis Grand Hall, 2 p.m. Open to new Greek members only.


Monday, October 24

Dragon Leadership Academy

Daskalakis Athletic Center Hospitality Suite, 8:15 p.m. Open to Dragon Leadership Academy members only.


Tuesday, October 25

ROTC Leadership Challenges

Buckley Field (rain location: Buckley Courts), 7 a.m.


Drexel Men's Soccer Home Game - Senior Night

Vidas Field, 7 p.m.


Thursday, October 27

Psychology of Hazing Workshop and Discussion

Library Learning Terrace, 3 p.m.


Dragons After Dark “Fall Fest”

Lancaster Walk, 7 p.m.


The development of the Hazing Prevention Initiative began in August 2008 in the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life, who collaborated with staff from recreational sports to create the first-ever Hazing Prevention Awareness Week at Drexel. Based on recent research data from the National Hazing Study, including information from Drexel’s participation in the study, it was determined that a year-round, comprehensive program was necessary.


To educate and inspire Drexel community members to prevent hazing.


To create a hazing-free community of respect within Drexel and the surrounding community, marked by the positive engagement of students, faculty, staff and community members in the opportunities provided by the University, a greater sense of accountability and true care for the individual.

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