What Is This Bacon Hazing Thing That Got a Sorority Banned?

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Just as the spring air wiggles the newly blooming trees of New England college campuses, so too do the sorority girls wiggle, albeit while lying on the ground and pretending to be a meat product. What is this now? Oh, it's called bacon hazing, and it's one of the many reasons the University of Connecticut chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma was banned from campus for the next three years.

It was reported that the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority minions "engaged in hazing behaviors including but not limited to forced consumption of alcohol, acting like animals, and sizzling like bacon, which included lying on the floor and wiggling." Wiggling in a supine position sounds not dissimilar to Pilates or waking up from a nap.

But anyway, this is in a long recent history of meat-product-related hazing from UConn sororities. Just last month UConn's Delta Zeta was suspended for feeding dog treats to fraternity bros