Marching 100 Band
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.
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.
After suffering the loss of their son Robert Champion, a drum major who died after being hazed by his Marching 100 bandmates, his parents will be in Orlando Wednesday to file a lawsuit against Florida A&M University.
The family of a Florida A&M University student who died after a hazing incident on a charter bus is filing a lawsuit Monday against the company that owns the bus.
All practices and performances of FAMU’s famed marching band have been suspended in the wake of a member’s death last weekend.