By Arius BevinsDespite the inclement weather with the ice and snow on the ground on Harford Road, inside the Hamilton Art Gallery, 12-year-old Rayne Kunn was beaming with pride. “That looks really good,” said Ayanna Sharif, a Morgan State University senior as she admired The American Horror Story-inspired painting titled Brooke’s Knit Headband that Rayne had done for the First Friday art show. Approximately 25 people gathered in the gallery at 5502 Harford Road for the annual student art show. There was artwork all around; brightly colored, glittery paper hearts and the melted crayons glued to a piece of wood, […]
By Herman FogusEvery so often, a movie comes along that underuses or misuses a well-known star. Sometimes this is deliberate and...
By Shawn Massie The state Senate Budget and Taxation committee recently unanimously approved a bill to extend the African American...
By Shawn Massie Baltimore city police charged Carlos Mars, a 19-year-old Morgan State University student, with weapons violations and...
By Walter Fields When I walked onto the hallowed grounds of Morgan State University as a freshman in the fall of 1977, I did so with...
By Herman Fogus At a town hall meeting concerning the recent spate of violence at Morgan State University Tuesday night, reporters...
March 19, 2015
By Shawn Massie Baltimore city police charged Carlos Mars, a 19-year-old Morgan State University
March 18, 2015
By Herman Fogus At a town hall meeting concerning the recent spate of violence at Morgan State
March 18, 2015
By Ashley Childs, Asha Glover and Shawn Massie Three Morgan State University football players were
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March 25, 2015
By Arius BevinsApproximately 25 people gathered in the gallery at 5502 Harford Road for the annual
March 25, 2015
By Arius BevinsDespite the inclement weather with the ice and snow on the ground on Harford Road,
March 21, 2015
By Herman FogusEvery so often, a movie comes along that underuses or misuses a well-known star.
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February 10, 2015
By Benjamin McKnight IIIIn their first home contest since January 19, the Morgan State Lady Bears
February 10, 2015
By Benjamin McKnight IIIIn what has been a highly frustrating season thus far, any win that the
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May 30, 2013
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April 23, 2013
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March 26, 2013
You may remember Brendon “B-Ezzy” Perry from the 2009 campus hit “Morgan Girl.” But since
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Approximately 25 people gathered in the gallery at 5502 Harford Road for the annual student art show; brightly colored, glittery paper hearts and the melted crayons glued to a piece of wood, tribal inspired masks made out of recycled items, colorful self portraits, and hand painted ceramic turtles and peacocks. Get into it here: Read the full story here.
Three Morgan State University football players were stabbed outside of Rawlings Dining Hall on Tuesday around 2 p.m. This is the third violent incident that has happened on Morgan’s campus in 5 days. Two of the victims were taken to a local hospital— one was treated for a stab wound to the chest, according to campus officials. Another sustained non-life threatening injuries and the last was treated on campus by emergency medical technicians. A meeting was previously scheduled between student leaders from the Student Government Association, the National Pan Hellenic Council and President David Wilson. Surprised and unprepared for Tuesday’s […]
Two separate violent incidents shook Morgan State this week with a stabbing in Rawlings Hall on Thursday and a fight at a party in the Student Center on Friday night. The stabbing took place on the third floor of Rawlings, an all-male dormitory, where two roommates were apparently arguing over the cleanliness of the room, according to Morgan State public relations director Clinton Coleman. The disagreement escalated when one of the students picked up a pair of scissors and stabbed the other in the chest. The victim, who Coleman declined to identify, is in stable condition at John Hopkins Hospital. The […]
Bill Cosby, who is scheduled to perform in Baltimore later this month, broke his silence earlier this week with a message to the public that “Hey, hey, hey, I’m far from finished,” after months of controversy. Since last November, reports of sexual misconduct allegations spanning several decades have hounded the comedian. Cosby refused to make statements on the allegations and people questioned his credibility; however he released a video assuring his fans that “I’m still hilarious.” Cosby’s tour, currently underway, stops at the Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric in Baltimore on March 27. Nicoletta Macris, marketing director at […]
Mentorship, courage and roaring, three things that make up the man behind the campaign “Roar MSU”. That candidate is Wayne Mitchell, a junior Biology major and proud member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc., who’s running for the representative role of Mr. Morgan for 2015-2016 school year. “The roar is all about that feeling of letting it all out, the top of your lungs just letting it all go,” said Mitchell. “My whole platform is about taking that feeling and going for whatever you want to go for; so just stepping outside your comfort zone and whatever it may be […]