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Morgan State University: “Justice Or Else”

Tramon Lucas

October 10, 2015

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Sexual Assault on Campus

The MSU Spokesman

May 14, 2015

In the spring of 2015, eight journalism students at Morgan State University’s School of Global Journalism and Communication spent the semester reporting on rape. In particular, they focused on their own campus. These are their stories....

Don’t Wait Til Midnight

Don’t Wait Til Midnight

December 15, 2014

Election Wrap-Up: Hogan Makes Big Promises to Marylanders

The MSU Spokesman

November 16, 2014

Now that the results are in, our new elect Governor of Maryland, Larry Hogan, comes with a large responsibility to satisfy the people. Promises are always made to get the popular vote during election time, however, now the people...

Neverdon Concedes in State’s Attorney Race

The MSU Spokesman

November 5, 2014

Russell A. Neverdon conceded defeat early in the evening after Marilyn Mosby’s landslide victory in the battle for State’s Attorney. As a write-in candidate with limited coffers ($5000), he faced serious obstacles. Hi...

A Tradition of Family Voting Continues for Morgan Student

The MSU Spokesman

November 5, 2014

Taylor Evans, a student at Morgan State University, voted today with her family once again. She has been going to the polls with her family since she was a young girl. Voting in Evans’ family is something special to them. Th...

New Voters Reflect On Mid-Election Day

The MSU Spokesman

November 5, 2014

  Despite the decline in voter turnout, first time voters at Morgan State were pleased with their experience at polls. "It was good to see people my age see voting as important," said Kendra Duncan. As young...

Race Gets Tighter

Race Gets Tighter

November 4, 2014

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