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Campus President’s town hall highlights major changes

Campus President’s town hall highlights major changes

The annual town hall meeting hosted by campus president David Wilson began in a somber fashion on Tuesday night as Wilson opened up with a few words about Marcus Edwards, 21, the Morgan State University sophomore social work major killed late Monday night. “I received one of those late night calls that a member of our Morgan State family was injured, then shortly after the call came that he had died,” Wilson said,” It felt like I had lost my own son.” Before continuing, he emotionally encouraged the audience to remember and reflect on Edwards’ life. The slideshow presented on […]

by · September 21, 2016 · 0 comments · CAMPUS NEWS
iPhone 7 Review

iPhone 7 Review

With the release of every new iPhone, consumers worldwide rush with an uncanny vigor to retailers. The speculation over the iPhone 7 has caused frenzy since the release of the 6, forcing Apple to confirm and quell rumors with its annual Keynote event on Sept. 7.  There were highs, like the new 12 mega pixel camera and lows, like the removal of the headphone port. I got the opportunity to test out the 128 gb iPhone 7 upon release. In terms of design, the iPhone 7 is roughly the same dimensions as the 6, as I was able to snugly […]

by · September 20, 2016 · 0 comments · ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT, NATIONAL NEWS

Fatal stabbing of a Morgan State Student

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by · September 20, 2016 · 0 comments · SECTIONS
Morgan community reflects on community violence through “Mother’s Lament”

Morgan community reflects on community violence through “Mother’s Lament”

The Murphy Fine Arts Center on Morgan State University hosted a multimedia concert adaptation of the play Mother’s Lament on Saturday evening. The event came to fruition from minds of composer Dr. James Lee III, creator of the visual interpretation of Mother’s Lament: Mother’s Prayer E.L. Briscoe, and producer Vincent Dion Stringer. “It’s amazing to see a vision go from the page to the stage,” said Stringer The event was hosted by Dorothy Johnson Speight, Founder & National Executive Director of Mother’s In Charge, Inc. Mothers In Charge is a national anti-violence organization geared towards mothers who have lost a […]

Baltimore residents do the Barnes Dance on Pratt Street

Baltimore residents do the Barnes Dance on Pratt Street

     The Baltimore City Department of Transportation hosted a Barnes Dance demonstration onFriday afternoon at the Pratt Street-Gay Street intersection.      Members of the transportation department, along with other pedestrians, walked and danced through makeshift diagonal walkways as a deejay blared music from loudspeakers.      The “new” designs drew mostly positive reactions from pedestrians.      “I think it’s wonderful,” said Pamela Dennis, a Baltimore resident. “I think we should incorporate both ways; some people are used to going [the regular] way and now they’re going to create the diagonal [way]. I think it’s wonderful.”     […]

by · September 17, 2016 · 0 comments · SECTIONS