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The school semester is in full swing, and student organizations are operating at full steam. For some students, that can mean participating in activities while making friends. For others, it can mean humiliation and other difficulties in the form of hazing. The first step toward stopping hazing is recognizing it. If a student is sleeping through class, wearing conspicuous attire, being made to perform acts of servitude or spend money on older members of a student organization, or is hesitant to talk in detail about what is going on in his or her life, he or she may be experiencing hazing. To learn more about the signs of hazing, how to address it and how to file an anonymous report, visit Auburn’s Stop Hazing website. Faculty and staff may also share with students about how to report incidents of hazing as a victim or witness. If hazing is not reported, it cannot be addressed.