'Worst' scandals or 'latest' scandals?
Failure of those in power to oversee programs will happen again and again
The house-cleaning continues at Florida A&M University after a student died in November following a hazing ritual involving members of the school's well-renown marching band.
FAMU president James Ammons, who previously announced he would retire in October, abruptly resigned Monday -- a month after the school's trustees passed a no-confidence motion regarding Ammons' performance by an 8-4 vote.
That brings the official tally in Tallahassee to this: The band is indefinitely ...
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