A jury convicted a former Florida A&M band member of manslaughter and felony hazing on Friday in connection to the death of a drum major.
During opening statements in the Florida A&M University hazing trial, prosecutors said a former band member was the main organizer of the brutal hazing which killed another member.
Another big change is near for Florida A&M University’s Marching 100 which hopes to return to the field in the future.
Just months after a national spotlight triggered by hazing at Florida A&M University started to fade, allegations of hazing in another school organization have surfaced.
In what may be the first position of its kind, an anti-hazing administrator was hired at Florida A&M University.
A scathing report which contends FAMU officials failed to comply with state laws and regulations in years leading up to the death of a school drum major was shown to the board that governs Florida’s universities.
Eleven Florida A&M University band members charged in connection with the felony hazing death of drum major Robert Champion will go on trial in October.
The last of the eleven college students charged with hazing in the death of Florida A&M University drum major Robert Champion surrendered herself to authorities. On Sunday Lasherry Codner, 20, turned herself in to jail officials in Orange County.
In the wake of the hazing death of marching ban drum major Robert Champion, Florida A&M University has gathered a panel of outside experts to recommend ways to end hazing on campus.
The parents of Robert Champion, a Florida A&M University band member who died after a hazing ritual last November, plan to sue the company that owns the bus where the hazing took place.