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.
The investigation into the possible hazing death of a Florida A&M University drum major may have uncovered a new problem at the university.