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Garfield High wants hazing to be history

After a notorious hazing incident last fall, parents and students at Garfield High School are tackling a school-culture problem that's widespread here and across the nation. Above, Garfield upperclassmen crack up Monday after performing during their Link Crew training.

Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times

After a notorious hazing incident last fall, parents and students at Garfield High School are tackling a school-culture problem that's widespread here and across the nation. Above, Garfield upperclassmen crack up Monday after performing during their Link Crew training.

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