In 2011, a fraternity-sponsored team of experts alerted Arizona State University to “widespread” hazing and “high-risk” drinking at its Greek houses. The warning didn’t save Jack Culolias.
Seated a few feet away from each other, Robert Bauer and Ben Ginsberg might as well have been finishing one another’s sentences.
Robert Gates, the former U.S. defense secretary and CIA director, said the perquisites of power can warp the judgment of high-ranking officials.
Allies of Mexican President Felipe Calderon did better than polls had forecast in gubernatorial elections yesterday, halting the main opposition party’s momentum before presidential elections are held in 2012.
Former West Virginia University football coach Bill Stewart died of a heart attack, the school said on its website. He was 59.
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