FAMU Announces Anti-Hazing Committee
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) - Florida A&M University has gathered a panel of outside experts to investigate and recommend ways to end hazing on campus.
FAMU president James Ammons announced the school's new anti-hazing committee on Thursday at a board of trustees meeting.
The seven-member committee includes a former federal judge, a clinical psychologist, two hazing researchers, a former Los Angeles schools superintendent, another university's band leader and a director of a minority-oriented nonprofit.
The historically black public university has been dealing with the recent hazing-related death of drum major Robert Champion and the arrests of FAMU students on charges of hazing other students in the school's famous Marching 100 band.
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