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  • FAMU students and alum address hazing incidents in new blog

    FAMU students and alum address hazing incidents in new blog
    A Florida A&M University alumnus and student journalists at the college have launched an independent website devoted to collecting reports of hazing past and present on "their beloved campus" — an effort that they say has elicited at least two dozen...
  • FAMU puts off hazing disciplines until after FDLE probe

    FAMU puts off hazing disciplines until after FDLE probe
    The four Florida A&M University students targeted for dismissal after a fellow student died from an apparent hazing ritual might not face disciplinary action anytime soon. Same goes for the band director, who the university planned to fire because of...
  • Hazing death: FAMU trustees reprimand president

    Hazing death: FAMU trustees reprimand president
    Trustees at Florida A&M University on Thursday publicly reprimanded President James Ammons, saying he has done a poor job of keeping them informed and consulting them on issues related to the recent death of student Robert Champion. Trustee Rufus...
  • 3 arrested in hazing of FAMU freshman

    3 arrested in hazing of FAMU freshman
    Three students at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University were arrested Monday on charges of hazing a freshman so severely that her leg was broken, Tallahassee police said. James Harris, 22, Aaron Golson, 19, and Sean Hobson, 23, are charged...
  • 3 FAMU students arrested for hazing out of jail

    3 FAMU students arrested for hazing out of jail
    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Three Florida A&M University marching band members are free after spending the night in jail on charges that they beat a fellow Marching 100 member in a hazing ritual. Sean Hobson, Aaron Golson and James Harris all left the...
  • Injured female FAMU band member plans hazing lawsuit

    Injured female FAMU band member plans hazing lawsuit
    Florida A&M University student Bria Hunter is giving up a full scholarship and leaving the school after being beaten in what police describe as a brutal hazing ritual. Hunter, a freshman who was beaten so severely that her femur cracked, is also...
  • Pirates nearly perfect in big win

    HAMPTON — All season long, Hampton University football coach Donovan Rose saw flashes here and there. One game, the offense looked decent. One game, the defense did. But never, not throughout the first nine weeks of the season, had the Pirates put...
  • Former HU coach handed first career shutout loss

    Rarely in 27 years as a head coach has Joe Taylor been on the wrong end of such domination. Playing with an outside chance of winning the MEAC and making the playoffs, Florida A&M was handed a 25-0 spanking by Hampton University. Afterward, Taylor...
  • 2009 commitment list

    Updated list of verbal (non-binding) college commitments from Florida high school football players and to Florida colleges for the Class of 2009. Among the college listings, the first number is the total number of commits, followed by the number of...
  • Pirates' slide continues

    Hampton University got inside the Bethune-Cookman 4-yard line on three series Saturday, inside the 20 another time and inside the 25 another. The Pirates netted only two field goals. The wasted scoring opportunities were decisive in the Pirates' 17-6...
  • Notes and nuggets from Preseason Kickoff week in Tampa Bay area

    Junior QB Phillip Eli, who took over for injured All-American Aaron Murray last season and won nine games en route to getting Tampa Plant to the Class 4A semifinals, was held out of Friday night's 48-33 blowout loss against Bradenton Manatee with a sore...
  • Norfolk State pulls out home win

    DeAngelo Branche ran for two touchdowns as Norfolk State won its season opener 28-10 over Virginia State in Norfolk on Saturday. It was Norfolk State's fourth straight win over Virginia State (1-1). Virginia State, a Division II program, took a 3-0 lead...