California State University Northridge has banned all of its 54 fraternities and sororities from recruitment and pledging activities for new members.
The move comes after the campus launched an investigation into the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity regarding a possible hazing incident.
CSUN has been very concerned about the practice of hazing lately.
Earlier this year, a 19-year-old student died during a hike with another fraternity. School administrators determined it was a hazing-related death.
For more on the current state of hazing and the role it plays at universities and other parts of society, documentary filmmaker Byron Hurt joins Take Two.
His current project is called, Hazing: How Badly do you Want In?