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Students walk March 12, 2012, across the Dartmouth College campus green in Hanover, N.H. More than a quarter of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity's membership has been accused by the school's judicial council of hazing after a former member's public airing of what he says he experienced as a pledge in 2009, including being forced to swim in a kiddie pool of vomit and other bodily fluids. (Associated Press)
Photo by: Jim Cole
Students walk March 12, 2012, across the Dartmouth College campus green in Hanover, N.H. More than a quarter of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity's membership has been accused by the school's judicial council of hazing after a former member's public airing of what he says he experienced as a pledge in 2009, including being forced to swim in a kiddie pool of vomit and other bodily fluids. (Associated Press)

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