New Florida A&M hazing allegation results in suspension of dance team
- Florida A&M University suspended its Torque Dance Team on Tuesday after receiving an anonymous tip from a parent that a hazing incident involving alcohol consumption and "running up hills" had occurred at an off-campus event.
- An investigation has been launched by the university, whose interim president, Larry Robinson, cited the school's zero tolerance policy for hazing.
- The allegation comes less than a year after the November 2011 hazing death of 26-year-old drum major Robert Champion drew national attention to the school.
From the article:
A student dance team at Florida A&M University was suspended Tuesday after a parent reported that hazing had occurred at an off-campus event, the school said in a statement. ...
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