FAMU Lifts Suspension of Marching Band

Florida university ends suspension about a year and a half after the hazing death of Robert Champion.
0:27 | 06/27/13

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Florida a and M university -- lifted the suspension of its marching band today about two years after the hazing death of a drum major. Robert champion's body was covered with bruises that he received during approval hazing ritual that led to charges against thirteen fan you -- members. The university president said that the suspension help the school respond more quickly to accusations of hazing. The band is currently rehearsing in hopes to be back performing at the start of the football season in September.

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