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 is still on track to name its next president at the beginning of the new year. FAMU began the search after James H. Ammons resigned in July 2012, stepping down in the wake of the November 2011 hazing death of Marching 100 drum major Robert Champion.
Two more former band members charged in the hazing death of a Florida A&M drum major have made plea deals.
A hearing to learn whether eight defendants who remain charged in the hazing death of a Florida A&M drum major would accept plea offers or go to trial has been rescheduled.
After the hazing death of a drum major, Florida A&M University’s band will make its first appearance in two years in a football stadium.
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.
Ten remaining defendants who were charged in the hazing death of Robert Champion, a former drum major at FAMU, are set to attend a status hearing Friday on their cases.
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.