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FAMU Marching Band Gets To Take Field Again After Hazing Death

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Florida A&M's famed marching band got some good news on Thursday. School administrators at FAMU say the band can start performing again. In 2011, the university suspended the band after the hazing death of drum major Robert Champion. Now, the band is smaller and has undergone a host of other changes.
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