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Lee Hull, who amassed an 11-12 record in his two years at Morgan, is departing for the NFL's Indianapolis Colts.
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Lee Hull Departs from Morgan After Two-Year Stint

Sports Illustrated has reported that Morgan State Football coach Lee Hull will be leaving the program after two seasons to become the wide receivers coach with the Indianapolis Colts of the NFL.  Defensive lineman Andrew Mitchell told the Spokesman that football players were summoned to a mandatory meeting Monday afternoon, where they were told that Hull would be leaving.  In his first season, Hull led the Bears to a Mid-Eastern Atlantic Conference co-championship in 2014. He also took the program to the Football Championship Subdivision playoffs, making it the first NCAA Division I playoff appearance in the program’s history. He ended his career […]

by · February 8, 2016 · 0 comments · SPORTS
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Super Bowl 50 Halftime show Review

It wouldn’t truly be the Super Bowl if it wasn’t filled with some sort of controversy on and off the field, and the 50th Super Bowl surely didn’t disappoint. 83,000 fans filled the seats at Levi’s stadium to watch the defensive battle that was the Carolina Panthers versus the Denver Broncos. The Broncos would come out the victors, sending future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning out in style. The NFL spared no expense, bringing in megastars Coldplay, Bruno Mars and Beyoncé for the halftime show. Each artist brought their own flavor to the show, pleasing the crowd separately before doing a […]

Earth Wind & Fire founder Maurice White will be remembered through music

Earth Wind & Fire founder Maurice White will be remembered through music

The music world was rocked with the news of 74 year-old Maurice White’s death. White was the founder of Earth Wind & Fire and had battled with Parkinson’s disease for more than 30 years before being found dead in his Los Angeles home, Thursday.   White wrote and produced countless hits for Earth Wind & Fire over the last five decades, winning seven Grammy Awards of his own. Although the band was originally signed by record label, Warner Brothers as a jazz act, it was White’s idea to combine elements of jazz, rock and soul that created Earth Wind & […]

by · February 6, 2016 · 0 comments · SECTIONS
Marc Lamont Hill speaks to the audience of the SGA's Black History Month Lecture.
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Marc Lamont Hill Returns to Morgan for Black History Month Lecture

HuffPost Live host and Morehouse College professor Marc Lamont Hill headlined the Black History Month lecture hosted by the SGA and Office of Student Activities on Thursday evening. The lecture, titled “Social Media and Social Justice,” also featured a panel discussion in which Morgan State professors Natasha Harris, Lorece Edwards and Raymond Winbush, moderated by fellow professor Paul Archibald. With nearly all of the seats filled, the panelists spoke to the audience about the importance and relevance of social media in today’s civil rights movements and how social media isn’t as new as many think it is. “When I grew […]

by · February 5, 2016 · 0 comments · CAMPUS NEWS, SECTIONS
Morgan students are Unhappy with Baltimore Mayor as Convocation Speaker

Morgan students are Unhappy with Baltimore Mayor as Convocation Speaker

Morgan State students would rather say “goodbye” than “hello” to the key speaker of the first convocation of the semester and black history month. For reasoning beyond the knowledge of some Morgan students, Stephanie Rawlings-Blake was selected to speak at the Parren J. Mitchell-Benjamin A. Quarles African-American History Month convocation. Students like sophomore Joy Barnes isn’t happy at all about Rawlings-Blake speaking at convocation. “I feel like she does not care about her constituents. In the, past four years she has done barely the minimum to improve the quality of life for the people of this city,” said Barnes. The […]