Florida A&M University
With the suspension of the Marching 100 following the hazing death of drum major Robert Champion, Florida A&M University had to figure out what to do during halftime.
In an effort to settle a lawsuit filed by the family of a band member who died after an alleged hazing incident, Florida A&M University’s board of trustees has instructed their attorneys to enter a voluntary mediation session with attorneys for the family of Robert Champion.
Florida A&M University President James Ammons is resigning from his position at the school as the ongoing scandal surrounding band member Robert Champion’s hazing death continues to grow.
Nearly every state university plans to ask the Florida Board of Governors for the maximum tuition increase this year of 15 percent.
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 hazing death of Florida A&M University drum major Robert Champion last November continues to trigger a series of concerns and questions.
The fallout continues in the wake of the alleged hazing death of Florida A&M University band member Robert Champion.
Florida A&M University’s Marching 100 band has been suspended until 2013. During a meeting Monday morning between the school’s President James Ammons and the board of trustees, Ammons said he will keep the band off the field for the upcoming school year.
State prosecutors have announced that 13 people have been charged in the death of Florida A&M University drum major Robert Champion who died after he was beaten during a hazing ritual.
Charges are forthcoming for at least five Florida A&M band members in the hazing death of a drum major in Orlando last fall, authorities announced Tuesday.