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A Northwestern University sophomore killed herself because of severe hazing she endured while pledging to the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority in the fall of 2016, according to a federal lawsuit filed by her mother this week.
A mother is suing both the sorority chapter and individual students who were members in a wrongful death lawsuit about her daughter's suicide.
The mother of a player on the Northwestern University women's basketball team who died in 2017 has sued a sorority claiming hazing by its members led to her ...
The mother of a player on the Northwestern University women's basketball team has sued a sorority
Hankins told sorority members that the hazing was triggering her post traumatic stress disorder, causing severe anxiety and depression and that she was having suicidal thoughts, according to the lawsuit.