KANSAS University's cheerleading team has been put on probation after two female members came forward with stories of being subjected to physically and emotionally abusive hazing, which allegedly included forced nudity. Following an internal investigation into the victims' accounts, the team was found to have violated university policy on harm to persons and hazing, and placed on probation beginning last September and running through September of this year, according to the Kansas State Collegian. The two team members, who requested anonymity for fear of further consequence, said the incident in question occurred during an "initiation" event for six first-year members last July while the team was on campus for a children's summer camp. The cheerleaders arrived at Kansas football's Memorial Stadium in running shoes, per the team's orders, and were told to run up and down the hill by the stadium a couple of times, according to their accounts.
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Few look it: most are lithe and fit from a lifetime of exercise. Now they are buzzing around a banquet hall set up in a club-seating deck on the upper level of Nissan Stadium in Nashville, home of the Tennessee Titans. There are nearly former N. There are sparkles on dresses, sparkles on earrings, sparkles on stilettos. The ex-cheerleaders have been drawn here by their shared past—a collective nostalgia for their days on the sidelines, their moment in the spotlight. But despite their giddiness at being re-united, they know there is no escaping the present. Over the past year , the N.