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The Bears lose big to Rutgers, while looking ahead to MEAC Schedule

For the third straight game the Morgan State Bears were held scoreless, as the Rutgers Scarlet Knights defeated the Bears, 65-0 Saturday afternoon at High Point Solutions Stadium. This Big Ten-MEAC clash marked the final non-conference game for the Bears, as they open conference play next week. Coming into this game, Bears head Coach Fred T. Farrier benched starting quarterback Elijah Staley for the first quarter due to an internal disciplinary issue. Sophomore quarterback DeAndre Harris took the start. Running back Herb Walker Jr., also joined Staley on the sidelines for the first quarter. “We tried to rotate them both […]

by · September 17, 2017 · 0 comments · CAMPUS NEWS, COLLEGE, SECTIONS, SPORTS
A Conversation with Grammy award-nominated, Morgan alumna Maysa Leak

A Conversation with Grammy award-nominated, Morgan alumna Maysa Leak

For Morgan State alumna Maysa Leak, returning to Baltimore isn’t just about coming home to do another concert in another city, this particular city is special because it’s home. It’s where Leak first discovered what singing really meant to her. It’s where she spent several years in college on the renowned Morgan State choir led by a special mentor who gave her an experience she cherishes to this day. It’s the beginning of everything for Leak and she brings that in tow as she headlines a jazz concert with another Morgan alum.  Leak, a graduate of 1991, will join Lonnie […]

Four things to note as The Morgan State Bears take on Rutgers

Four things to note as The Morgan State Bears take on Rutgers

Morgan State University will take a trip to the Garden State to face Rutgers in a non-conference match-up Saturday, Sep.16 at High Point Solutions Stadium in Piscataway, New Jersey. The Bears go into this game 0-2, suffering losses from Towson and University at Albany and have been shut out in both games. The Scarlet Knights of Rutgers, also starting the season 0-2, look to rebound from their upset loss against Eastern Michigan. Here are four things to take note of as the Bears enter the final non-conference matchup of the year. The Lockdown D The Bears defense has been lights […]

by · September 15, 2017 · 0 comments · CAMPUS, CAMPUS NEWS, COLLEGE, SPORTS
Morgan State celebrates the west campus expansion with the grand opening of the new Jenkins Hall

Morgan State celebrates the west campus expansion with the grand opening of the new Jenkins Hall

Morgan State University celebrated the past as they looked towards the future at the opening ceremony of the new Martin D. Jenkins Hall. Morgan State opens its second building on the west campus near Northwood shopping center, where many years ago, their students were not welcome. “We must never forget that we are standing on the shoulders of those that came before us. We must never ever forget what it really means to the legacy of our great university to be in this space,” said David Wilson, president of Morgan State. “We can’t forget that because on this very spot, […]

by · September 15, 2017 · 0 comments · CAMPUS, CAMPUS NEWS, COLLEGE, LOCAL NEWS

A new fan experience arrives at Morgan State for students during the football season

Morgan State University students were able to enjoy the football home opener thanks to a new seating arrangement at Hughes Stadium, Saturday. In an exclusive interview with The Spokesman in August, Morgan’s Athletic Director Edward Scott made the announcement about the new seating opportunity for students. Scott said that the blue seats, which are normally reserved for season ticket holders, will be available for Morgan students and that free giveaways as well as coupon cards for local vendors, such as Smoothie King, Buffalo Wild Wings, Dave & Busters and McCormick & Co. will be given away. “This is my first […]

by · September 11, 2017 · 0 comments · CAMPUS, CAMPUS NEWS, SPORTS