Penn State President Eric Barron shakes hands with Evelyn Piazza in March after the anti-hazing legislation named after her late son, Timothy Piazza, was introduced outside of the Centre County Courthouse. Barron is pushing for the creation of a national database to help universities combat fraternity and sorority life challenges.
Penn State President Eric Barron shakes hands with Evelyn Piazza in March after the anti-hazing legislation named after her late son, Timothy Piazza, was introduced outside of the Centre County Courthouse. Barron is pushing for the creation of a national database to help universities combat fraternity and sorority life challenges. Abby Drey Centre Daily Times, file
Penn State President Eric Barron shakes hands with Evelyn Piazza in March after the anti-hazing legislation named after her late son, Timothy Piazza, was introduced outside of the Centre County Courthouse. Barron is pushing for the creation of a national database to help universities combat fraternity and sorority life challenges. Abby Drey Centre Daily Times, file

Could a national database help combat Greek life issues? Penn State wants to find out

July 27, 2018 01:59 PM