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Morgan State police vote “no confidence” on MSUPD chief

Tramon Lucas

February 29, 2016

Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, CRIME, LOCAL NEWS, SECTIONS

The labor union that represents campus police officers has taken a vote of no confidence in Chief Lance Hatcher, alleging that his management style has fostered “an atmosphere of hostility, retaliation, and unethical behavior.” In...

Morgan State sued by the family of Marquese D. Meadow

Tramon Lucas

February 17, 2016

Filed under CAMPUS, CAMPUS NEWS, LOCAL NEWS, SECTIONS, SPORTS

The family of a Morgan State football player who died following a practice before the start of the 2014 season, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the university and the hospital where he was taken. The Baltimore Sun...

Longtime Morgan contributors to announce largest financial contribution in MSU History

Tramon Lucas

February 9, 2016

Filed under ALUMNI, CAMPUS NEWS, LOCAL NEWS, SECTIONS

A Morgan State alumnus will make a record breaking contribution to the school with the intent of assisting college-ready Baltimore City youth. MSU alumnus and retired UPS senior executive Calvin E. Tyler, Jr. and his wife...

Fatal stabbing at Morgan View

Tramon Lucas

February 2, 2016

Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, CRIME, LOCAL NEWS, SECTIONS

A Morgan State student was stabbed on the sidewalk outside building 1530 in Morgan View, Monday night, and later died of his injuries. The identity of the victim Gerald Williams, 20, of Bowie, was confirmed Tuesday by Morgan...

Hung Jury: Judge declared mistrial in Porter Trial

Tramon Lucas

December 16, 2015

Filed under LOCAL NEWS, NATIONAL NEWS, SECTIONS

The jury in the trial of Baltimore Police Officer William Porter could not reach a verdict, as the judge declared a mistrial Wednesday. Judge Barry G. Williams' decision came a day after the jury, made up of seven women and...

TV One holds town hall meeting on police-community relations

The MSU Spokesman

May 5, 2015

Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, LOCAL NEWS

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...

Morgan rallies with other HBCUs at City Hall (VIDEO)

The MSU Spokesman

May 4, 2015

Filed under LOCAL NEWS

Speakers at a City Hall rally Monday urged students from three historically black colleges and universities to become leaders in the protest movement emerging from recent unrest in Baltimore. State Sen. Catherine Pugh to...

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