Suspension Lifted for FAMU Choir
Published March 14th, 2013
Florida A & M University's Concert Choir is off suspension.
It had been under investigation for hazing.
Last month, someone claimed the choir engaged in verbal and physical hazing as well as isolation.
A school spokeswoman says the University has made changes to enhance it's zero tolerance policy against the practice, but says the allegations were unfounded.
This comes after drum major Robert Champion died in a 2011 hazing incident on board a band bus.
Several students are facing manslaughter charges in his death.
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