A mom who lost her son in what she believes was a case of hazing at Clemson University likes what she's seeing being done to address the issue.
Cindy Hipps is glad to see two members of Congress have introduced an anti-hazing bill three years after her son died while pledging a Clemson frat. T
he REACH Act would require colleges to count hazing in its annual campus crime reporting.
Hipps recently told Fox Carolina the bill is a positive step in making sure no mother has to go through what she did.