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A Graduation For the History Books

Benjamin McKnight

December 19, 2015

After a long and trying fall semester, most students had already packed their suitcases and gone home for winter break. However, some would be leaving for a different reason. On a freezing cold morning in December, hea...

Lady Bears Pull Away For First Conference Win of the Season

Benjamin McKnight

December 6, 2015

After a dismal 1-6 start to the season, the Lady Bears hosted the Norfolk State University Lady Spartans to open MEAC play. Led by returning sophomores Breannan Farrar and Lexus Spears, the Lady Bears recovered from a third quarter...

Lady Bears Surging Towards MEAC Tournament

Benjamin McKnight

November 6, 2015

At the end of their opening round loss in the MEAC Volleyball Tournament to Florida A&M University last fall, Morgan State head coach Ramona Riley-Bozier was already thinking about the next season. “I had to have a talk...

Bears Lose First MEAC Game on Homecoming

Benjamin McKnight

October 18, 2015

The Morgan State Bears received their first conference loss on Saturday, conceding defeat to the visiting Hampton University Pirates 20-10 on homecoming weekend. The Bears offense struggled tremendously, turning the ball over...

Bears Look to Continue Success at Homecoming

Tramon Lucas

October 16, 2015

After starting the year 0-2 and being outscored 130-21, the Morgan State football team looked far from the team that won the MEAC championship a year ago. Since then they have run off four straight wins including starting 3-0...

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...

Million Man March: Getting With the Times

Benjamin McKnight

October 12, 2015

Thousands of people convened on the National Mall in Washington D.C. on Saturday, October 10, to celebrate the twentieth anniversary of the Million Man March with the Justice or Else rally. Although the attendance was not as...

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...

Computer Lab Returns to School of Journalism

Benjamin McKnight

September 24, 2015

The beginning of a new fall season may also mean new beginnings for the students of Morgan State University’s School of Global Journalism and Communication. On September 24, a crowd of over 30 students and faculty gathered outside...

What Happened to Go-Go?

Benjamin McKnight

September 21, 2015

Hip-Hop was born in the concrete jungle of the South Bronx. Jazz got its start in the bowels of New Orleans.  The Nation’s Capital is the home of a genre of its own; a gumbo of hip-hop, funk and R&B called Go-Go. The...

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