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Morgan Police Prepare for Homecoming Weekend

Benjamin McKnight

October 16, 2015

The Morgan State Police Force has began to make preparations to accommodate the massive influx of over 2,500 people who are expected to convene onto Morgan State’s campus this weekend for the homecoming festivities. The Morgan...

Students Prepare for Future at Annual Career Day

Benjamin McKnight

October 15, 2015

Morgan State held their annual Career Day at the Hill Field House yesterday, bringing in over 100 employers to give students the opportunity to explore the countless careers available after graduating. Hosted by the Center...

A Fabolous Rodeo

A Fabolous Rodeo

October 14, 2015

How to Get Away With Smoking

Benjamin McKnight

October 6, 2015

Until this year, sophomore Gene Alestock II, could ride around campus on his bike, with smoke trailing him. Because of the new campus-wide ban on smoking, Alestock II and other smokers have to resort to smoke on the softball...

Annual Town Hall Meeting Highlights Major Upgrades

Benjamin McKnight

September 30, 2015

On Tuesday, campus President David Wilson introduced a handful of big changes coming to the Morgan State University community in the next few months and years. Wilson made it clear that he heard complaints and requests of students...

Morgan State Choir Director performs for the Pope

Tramon Lucas

September 26, 2015

Morgan State University's choir director, Eric Conway will have the opportunity of a lifetime to perform for Pope Francis during a family outdoor festival in Philadelphia on the last day of his historical U.S. tour Saturday. Invited...

Incarceration Rates Disproportionately Impact Black Men

The MSU Spokesman

August 31, 2015

Incarceration rates in the U.S. disproportionately impact African American men. Minorities as a whole are more likely to be swept up in the criminal justice system than their white counterparts. But it is black males in particular that are most dramatically impacted by the U.S. criminal justice ...

TV One holds town hall meeting on police-community relations

The MSU Spokesman

May 6, 2015

Morgan State University was the site of a televised town hall meeting hosted by TV One newsman Roland Martin to discuss fundamental issues of the black community in the wake of the death of Freddie Gray. Called “State of...

PHOTO GALLERY: Celebration for construction of new building

The MSU Spokesman

May 1, 2015

Here are more photos from the event that celebrated breaking ground in the contraction for the new Behavioral and Social Sciences Center.   Photo Credit: Terrance Smith To read the full coverage of this event...

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