One of the former Florida A&M band members involved in the hazing death of drum major Robert Champion could become the first to be sentenced to jail.
Florida A&M University’s band is back up and marching again after being suspended in 2011 following a deadly hazing incident.
The well-known marching band from Florida A&M University, suspended in 2011 following a hazing incident, is suspended no longer.
Hallandale Beach Police were investigating a deadly shooting Saturday at 700 SW 8th Avenue.
Administrators at Florida A&M University have suspended the Torque Dance Team over allegations hazing that took place off-campus over Labor Day weekend.
New sweeping anti-hazing recommendations drawn up by Florida A&M University President James Ammons will be discussed Tuesday by schools board of trustees at an all day retreat.
In an effort to crack down on hazing traditions, Florida A&M University is placing strict regulations on members of their marching band.
The fallout continues in the wake of the alleged hazing death of Florida A&M University band member Robert Champion.
The parents of Robert Champion, A Florida A&M drum major who died after being hazed on a bus, denied Wednesday that their son accepted hazing as a band ritual and rejected claims by band mates he agreed to go through a brutal initiation ritual because it was seen as an honor.
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.