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FAMU Marching 100 band's first performance announced

Florida A&M University has announced that the band's first performance after a 19-month suspension will be at the first game of the football season on Sept. 1 in Orlando. The Marching 100 was suspended after the November 2011 hazing death of drum major Robert Champion.

Read more on The Times' Gradebook blog.

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Florida A&M University has announced that the band's first performance after a 19-month suspension will be at the first game of the football season on Sept. 1 in Orlando.

The Marching 100 was suspended after the November 2011 hazing death of drum major Robert Champion...
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which was in Orlando.

But better questions that need to be answered -

Will the performance be limited to actual students from here on out?

Will the band director have the ability and requirement to suspend?

Etc.

Etc.

Typical journalistic kinda stuff

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