Florida A&M University’s band is making its first appearance in a football stadium since the hazing death of a drum major nearly two years ago.
Florida A&M University’s Marching 100 will return to the field Sept. 1 in Orlando, nearly two years after it was suspended because of a hazing-related death.
Ten former band members remain charged in the hazing death of a Florida A&M drum major after a new defendant was added by prosecutors late last month.
The last of the suspects to be charged with the death of a Florida A & M University drum major during a hazing ritual has a date in court.
Florida A&M University, which had a previous settlement offer rejected, is still trying to resolve a lawsuit filed by the family of a drum major who died following a hazing ritual.
Florida A&M University officials say in a new report that they’re making sweeping changes to battle hazing at the school.
Florida A&M University may announce in the next few weeks when its famed band will return.
Florida A&M University is selling the same number of football season tickets despite losing its famed band for the year.
A defendant says a Florida A&M drum major who died after being hazed got on a bus where band members were ritually beaten because it was a sign of respect to have survived such an encounter.