Florida A&M University
Florida A&M University officials announced Thursday morning that Sept. 1st will be the day the school’s famed Marching 100 band will return to the field in Orlando.
Florida A&M University’s band is back up and marching again after being suspended in 2011 following a deadly hazing incident.
The “People’s Session,” a mock legislative session put-on by the protesters still upset with the verdict in the trial of George Zimmerman, is over but the protesters still don’t plan on leaving the hallway near Scott’s office—and they have also established a new goal.
The well-known marching band from Florida A&M University, suspended in 2011 following a hazing incident, is suspended no longer.
Another big change is near for Florida A&M University’s Marching 100 which hopes to return to the field in the future.
Former Florida A&M band members are pleading not guilty to increased charges of manslaughter related to the death of drum major Robert Champion.
The state’s Board of Governors will meet Wednesday and Thursday at Florida A&M University to discuss improvements being made on the campus.
New charges have been filed against ten former Florida A&M University band members accused in the hazing death of drum major Robert Champion.
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.
Sweeping changes are coming to Florida A&M University to combat hazing.