Florida A&M’s Marching 100 is still in the early stages of band camp, but this year’s new edition has made history. Cori Bostic has been named the first-ever woman drum major in the band’s history.
Bostic is a junior from Atlanta in the School of Journalism and Graphic Communication, and a member of Delta Sigma Theta, according to the FAMUan.
Congrats to Ms. Bostic!
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