The Sept. 12 issue of The Daily Reveille is The Hazing Edition— a special issue for the one-year anniversary of LSU freshman Max Gruver being hazed to death by Phi Delta Theta.

Here you can find all of the stories included in The Hazing Edition. 

One Year Later: How LSU's policies and culture have changed since Max Gruver died

Four former LSU Phi Delta Theta members face hazing charges


LSU Phi Delta Theta had long history of hazing prior to Max Gruver's death

Phi Delt Four

(Left to right) Matthew Naquin, Ryan Isto, Sean-Paul Gott, Patrick Forde were indicted by a grand jury in March 2018

Details of the Gruver family's lawsuit against LSU, Phi Delt

3-21-18 Gruver family

Maxwell Gruver's father, Stephen Gruver, (Left) and mother, Rae Ann Gruver, (Right) wait for the Administration of Criminal Justice House committee meeting to begin on Wednesday, March 21, 2018, at the Louisiana state capitol.

LSU Greek Life policies undergo major revisions in year following Max Gruver's death

LSU Greek regulations come into play at first tailgate of the season

9.8.18 Tailgating

An LSU Greek fraternity puts up a poster on Saturday, Sept. 8, 2018.

Details from inside the fraternity house the night Max Gruver was hazed to death

9.14.17 Maxwell Gruver

Police investigate the death of an LSU student on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2017, at the Phi Delta Theta fraternity house.

Max Gruver Act increases penalties for hazing in Louisiana

Gov. JBE signing Max Gruver Act

Gov. John Bel Edwards signs the Max Gruver Act among other anti-hazing legislation alongside the Gruver family on May 31 at the Louisiana State Capitol. 

Remembering Max Gruver

Max Gruver

(left to right): Father Stephen Gruver, mother Rae Ann Gruver, sister Lily Kate Gruver, Max Gruver and brother Alex Gruver stand together outside their home in Roswell, Georgia, just before leaving to bring Max to LSU. 

Editorial: LSU Greek Life policies fail to provide Max Gruver justice, change culture

9/9/17 LSU vs. Chattanooga football

LSU fans enjoy tailgating weather on Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017, on the Parade Ground under the Memorial Tower.

Opinion: Greek life a broken system, dangerous to naive new prospects

Opinion: Fraternities instill values crucial for employment

Greek tailgating on Parade Ground should be reinstated

Greek Life making positive strides to reform culture, prevent hazing

8-30-16 Bid Day

Phi Mu sorority sisters are all smiles about their sisterhood on Tuesday, Aug. 30, 2016, during Bid Day on Sorority Row.

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