Ten of the worst - usually involving death - going back to the early 20th Century.
Isaac William Rand. One of the first hazing incidents that set off 100 years of horrific Greek hazing happened at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1912. Isaac William Rand fell from a barrel on which he was standing. He landed on a broken bottle that pierced his jugular vein, and Rand bled to death. The four students associated with the hazing incident were expelled from the university. One was acquitted and the other three were found guilty of manslaughter.
Fortunately, and probably due to sheer luck, there are no SigEp incidents listed. Each item has a link to the details and background story, too