Parents of Penn State teen who died want to be advocates of change

The parents of a New Jersey teen who died after an alcohol-fueled fraternity hazing at Penn State University say they are hoping to see changes made at the university and at other campuses across the nation.

That was the message James Piazza and Evelyn Piazza shared on Monday in interviews on ABC, CBS and NBC, and with other national media, including CNN. They said they are speaking out because hazing, as well as binge and underage drinking among college-age youth, is a national problem.

“We’ve received cards and letters from hundreds of people we don’t know asking us to …read more

Source: NJ.com Hunterdon

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