STROUDSBURG, Pa. — Four New York City men and the fraternity they belonged to face sentencing in the death of a 19-year-old pledge during a 2013 hazing ritual in Pennsylvania. Baruch College freshman Chun “Michael” Deng was …
said its now-disbanded Baruch College chapter brought "shame and dishonor" to the national fraternity. Pi Delta Psi's attorney, Wes Niemoczynski, argued that Pi Delta Psi had developed a "no excuses" hazing policy before Deng's …
Former members of Baruch College's Pi Delta Psi chapter left a Monroe County courtroom in handcuffs on Monday. The brothers were sentenced to a minimum of 10 months to a year behind bars in connection to the hazing death of …
The Pi Delta Psi national fraternity has been banned from operating in Pennsylvania for 10 years, a judge ruled Monday, over the 2013 hazing death of a 19-year-old Baruch College student. Chun “Michael” Deng, a fraternity pledge, died in …
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(CNN) - A national fraternity and four men are expected to be sentenced Monday for charges related to the 2013 hazing death of Baruch College student and fraternity pledge Chun "Michael" Deng. Experts say the punishment could …
Four fraternity members charged with murder in the 2013 hazing death of a Baruch College freshman Michael Deng …
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A national fraternity has been banned from all campuses in the state of Pennsylvania and four fraternity members have been sentenced to jail in the 2013 hazing death of Baruch College freshman Michael Deng. Deng, 18, was a pledge …
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Two years ago, prosecutors there charged 37 members of the Pi Delta Psi fraternity at Baruch College in New York in the hazing death of 19-year-old freshman Chun Hsien “Michael” Deng. The case — which included third-degree murder …
A brutal hazing ritual led to the Dec. 2013 death of Chung Michael Deng, 18, of Baruch College. Thirty seven members of Pi Delta Psi were individually charged in the incident. Four of the accomplices pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter …
said its now-disbanded Baruch College chapter brought “shame and dishonor” to the national fraternity. Pi Delta Psi’s attorney, Wes Niemoczynski, argued that Pi Delta Psi developed a “no excuses” hazing policy before Deng’s death