FAMU Band Back At Football Game After Suspension 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.
FAMU To Announce Date Of Band ReturnFlorida A&M University is going to announce the date of the return of the Marching 100.
FAMU Lifts Suspension Of Famed Marching Band Following Fatal Hazing IncidentFlorida A&M University is lifting the suspension of its famous Marching 100 band following a fatal hazing incident in 2011.
12 Charged With Manslaughter In FAMU Hazing Death Twelve former Florida A&M University band members were charged Monday with manslaughter in the 2011 hazing death of a drum major.
Florida A&M University Trustees Meeting About Naming Interim PresidentFlorida A&M University trustees still dealing with the fallout from the hazing death of a marching band member are planning to name an interim president.
Another FAMU Band Member Charged With Hazing
Florida A&M Marching Band Suspended Another Year Over Hazing DeathFlorida A&M University's famed marching band is being suspended until 2013.
FAMU Band Member Says He Was Verbally Harassed TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — A Florida A&M band member said he was verbally harassed by another member for not joining a subgroup of the band's trombone section known as "Thunder," according to a letter written by a band staff member to the head of the music department.
Florida A&M Expels 4 Students For Role In Marching Band Member's DeathFlorida A&M University said that it's dismissing four students for their role in the death of a marching band member last month, while audio of an emergency call released Thursday showed that the drum major had vomit in his mouth in the moments before he died.
FAMU band director fired after suspected hazing TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — The longtime director of Florida A&M University's famed marching band was fired Wednesday as the fallout from a drum major's suspected hazing death deepened. Florida's governor said state investigators would join the probe and the college announced an independent review led by a former state attorney general.