On February 22nd, what would have been Gordie's 32nd birthday, the Gordie Center released an updated version of our nationally recognized documentary film,
. The documentary was first released in 2008, and tells the story of Gordie's hazing-related death as a framework for examining the larger issues of alcohol and hazing on college campuses. The 37-minute 2018 update includes new expert interviews and archival footage to provide a renewed emphasis on the national crisis of hazing. Since its debut 10 years ago,
has been seen by over 1 million high school and college students nationwide.
|2018 HAZE Film Trailer
The 2018 HAZE update includes a new interview with
Dr. Walter Kimbrough
, president of Dillard University and the leading expert witness on hazing cases in the United States. Also featured are hazing experts
Dr. Susan Lipkins
, author of Preventing Hazing: How Parents, Teachers and Coaches Can Stop the Violence, Harassment, and Humiliation; and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Dean of Students
To learn more about the updated version of
, and find new support materials such as an easy-to-use facilitator guide, marketing tools, and facilitation aids, please visit our new
page. If you already own the previous version of
and would like to purchase the 2018 version, please
contact the Gordie Center
to receive a substantial discount.