- Written by Tribune
- Friday, 03 August 2012
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Early this year, shortly after the death of Bedan Marvin Reglos, the Ched issued an urgent directive to all private and public higher education institutions (HEIs) enjoining their strict compliance to the provisions of Republic Act 8049 or the Anti-Hazing Law and the immediate submission of a certified list of fraternities and sororities in their institutions.
San Beda College responded to Ched’s memorandum in writing, saying it “does not recognize fraternities, sororities or similar organizations… hazing incidents are serious administrative offenses, explicitly classified as major offenses.” The school added, “…considering that they are not recognized, the school could not therefore submit, as of this time, a certified list of officers and members.” Other schools have been submitting the required lists..... MORE
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