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News Clips 02/11/2013
Sorority facing allegations of hazing at FAMU
Source: WDBO-96.5FM-Central Florida, 02/08/13
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By Red Cooper
A Florida A&M University sorority is "inactive" after hazing allegations appeared on the schools anti-hazing website. Sharon Saunders, FAMU's chief communications officer, said "inactive" means the students involved cannot participate in any campus activities as an organization.
Saunders added that once the investigation is completed, the inactive status may be lifted or additional sanctions might incur if warranted.
FAMU has adopted a "zero tolerance" policy towards hazing after the death of drum major Robert Champion in November 2011. He died during a hazing ritual on a tour bus used by the marching band.
The "Marching 100" has been on suspension since the death.