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Do you want a Job?: Why students aren’t using the free services provided by the Center for Career Development

Do you want a Job?: Why students aren’t using the free services provided by the Center for Career Development

When students step on Morgan State University’s campus for the first time, many come from different backgrounds and for various reasons. Some want to get away from home, others search for friendships, and many come, simply, for the social experience, but they all have one common goal. That common goal is to graduate from Morgan State University and land a job in their field of interest. With that common goal in mind, one would think an office such as the Center of Career Development would have high traffic and their services would consistently be in use. Unfortunately, that is not […]

Morgan State’s Internet Outages

During the fall 2016 semester at Morgan State University, the internet’s changes in policy, network upgrades and complete overhaul has raised some level of concern. Students will notice in certain buildings on campus that upgrades are complete and useable for students. For recent years, the campus internet network was “MSU-Wireless” and now in most buildings on campus it is “MSU-Secure”. To know what buildings are upgraded, there is signage that differentiate the older network for a building and if a newer network is “NGN”, next generation network, certified. The Acceptable Use of Technology Resources Standard Draft, which can be found […]

by · November 16, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · SECTIONS
Notable journalist Gwen Ifill dies

Notable journalist Gwen Ifill dies

Former Washington Post and New York Times reporter Gwen Ifill died Monday afternoon at the age of 61 after a battle with cancer. A native of New York City, Ifill’s career began as an intern at the Boston Herald-American while she was a student at Simmons College, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communications. Following her time interning in Boston, she went on to work at nationally recognized publications such as the Washington Post, New York Times, then NBC. “Gwen Ifill and I have been friends since her days at the Baltimore Evening Sun. She was an old-school […]

by · November 16, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · NATIONAL NEWS
Junior guard Breanan Farrar dribbles for an opening against Howard University last season.
Photo by Terry Wright.

Lady Bears prepare to begin the 2016-2017 season

This year’s Morgan State University women’s basketball team will be entering this season hungry for a MEAC title after finishing last season with a 13-16 record. The Lady Bears will be led behind the interim head coach Ed Davis who will begin his first year as head coach at Morgan State after former head coach Donald Beasley was reassigned to a new position at the university in June amidst verbal abuse allegations. A second coaching change was made on Oct. 24 when Davis announced the promotion of Wanika Owsley to associate head coach. The Lady Bears look to build upon […]

by · November 14, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · COLLEGE, SPORTS

Legacy Bridge closure for the week

The Legacy Bridge on Morgan State University’s campus will be closed for four days for work for a new project. The entire bridge will close approximately from Nov. 7 at 6 a.m. to Nov. 10 at 6 p.m. due to the installation of traffic coating according to an email from Kim McCalla, associate vice president of facilities design and construction. Students and faculty are asked to cross the intersection of Hillen Road at E.Cold Spring Lane or Hillen Road at Argonne Drive and not to cross the street between the two intersections. The Legacy Bridge connects students, faculty and staff from […]

by · November 6, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · CAMPUS NEWS