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Shots Fired at Morgan View Apartments

Dominique Hunter, Campus News Editor

April 4, 2018

Filed under BREAKING NEWS, CAMPUS NEWS, NEWS IN BRIEF

Baltimore City Police held a media briefing Tuesday with updates about the shooting that occurred at an off-campus housing development at Morgan State University. City police along with Morgan police received a call at approximately...

White House announces changes to summer pell grant

Tramon Lucas

April 29, 2016

Filed under NATIONAL NEWS, NEWS IN BRIEF

The Obama administration has unveiled an initiative to improve a key tuition assistance tool—the Federal Pell Grant—with elements that will aid students especially at historically Black colleges and universities. The move,...

D.C. High Schoolers Get Early Start in College

The MSU Spokesman

April 14, 2015

Filed under NATIONAL NEWS, NEWS IN BRIEF

Washington D.C’s public school system and Howard University are teaming up to give high school students college experience.  The city’s schools chancellor Kaya Henderson and Howard president Dr. Wayne A.I. Frederick recently met w...

Memphis to Address Youth Gang Violence with $800,000 Budget

The MSU Spokesman

October 21, 2014

Filed under NATIONAL NEWS, NEWS IN BRIEF

MEMPHIS—Federal funds totaling more than $800,000 have been awarded to help address the youth gang violence that the city saw over the summer. So far this year 3,100 juveniles have been arrested and 2,000 have been victims of...

Baltimore City’s 11th Legislative District Has Position to Fill

The MSU Spokesman

September 26, 2014

Filed under LOCAL NEWS, NEWS IN BRIEF

BALTIMORE-- Baltimore City's 11th legislative district is up for grabs. After Bill Cole was selected to head the Baltimore Development Corps, 15 potential candidates have applied to the vacated seat according to the City Council...

Brooklyn Organization Fights Ebola

The MSU Spokesman

September 16, 2014

Filed under NATIONAL NEWS, NEWS IN BRIEF

NEW YORK-- The Imani House Inc., in Brooklyn, N.Y., is informing residents about Ebola and raising money to lessen the spread of the virus in Liberia. The outbreak of Ebola was first discovered in 1976 in the Democratic Republic...

New York Students Dedicate Poems to Victims of Police Brutality

The MSU Spokesman

September 12, 2014

Filed under NATIONAL NEWS, NEWS IN BRIEF

NEW YORK -- Students from Medgar Evers College in New York will share poems on National Poetic Day of Action on Monday, September 22. Their performances are dedicated to the families and lives of Eric Garner and Michael Brown,...

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