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Florida A&M's Band 'Needs To Stop' Hazing

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The "Marching 100" is the nickname of Florida A&M's band. Controversy surrounds the band after one of its drum majors, Robert Champion, died after a possible hazing incident. The band's longtime director was fired, Champion's family has filed a lawsuit and the school has suspended the band indefinitely.
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