Articles by: The MSU Spokesman

Justice League Review

by Derrell Russell, Contributing WriterThe Justice League movie lived up to its long await and this motion picture swooped down and saved the day for the DC universe. Justice League is the latest motion picture from DC Extended Universe (DCEU) scheduled to release worldwide Friday, Nov. 17 by director Zack Synder. This movie granted fans with a sigh of relief, after DC’s last film Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice where fans had to sit through long, over drawn-out talkative scenes just to watch a 30 minute climax ending. JL hits the audience with action packed, amazing visuals, and laughable […]

Lady Bears Basketball post 2-1 record through first three games

by Ty’rique Sims, Assistant Sports EditorThe Lady Bears basketball team tipped-off their 2017-2018 season last week. The team is led by senior guard Braennan Farrar and senior forward Tykayrah Williams. Both Farrar and Williams were selected to the preseason All-MEAC teams. The Lady Bears roster this season is a lot different than last year’s. With the departures of Zuri White, Chelsea Mitchell, Jayde Duncan and Ivy Harrington, head coach Edward Davis signed new additions to the team. Junior transfers Naomi Bolasingh and Kayla Horn, along with Adreonia Coleman and Auneshia Williams and freshman Kelbi Lewis. The Lady Bears also will […]

by · November 17, 2017 · 0 comments · CAMPUS NEWS, COLLEGE, SECTIONS, SPORTS
Morgan State University students take a stand against poor food quality on campus

Morgan State University students take a stand against poor food quality on campus

by Akira Kyles, Managing Editor Straying from her usual turkey sandwich, Shirleyanna Davis, a junior psychology major, decided to get a crispy chicken sandwich with extra honey mustard, lettuce, tomato and peppers on a roll from the Student Center food court. After consuming the sandwich, she became sick and threw up, twice, according to Davis. After telling her friends Dasianna Coates, a junior psychology major, and Kardel Howard, a junior electrical engineering major, they decided this was unacceptable and it was time for a change. “We don’t pay to get sick, we pay to eat good food,” said Coates. “And […]

In a blink of an eye, birthday celebration becomes disabling

by Gabby Williams, Special to The MSU SpokesmanEvery year for my birthday I plan a series of events for my friends and I. Sept. 16 marked my 26th birthday. This year I decided to plan a trip to Vegas with my boyfriend the week of my birthday, and the previous weekend I was going to my home state Virginia to celebrate with my friends. Unfortunately, things didn’t go as planned. It was the weekend of Sept. 8 when I arrived in Virginia to celebrate my birthday. On Friday, I went to get my nails done along with my best friend […]

An update on the status of Morgan’s work study program

by Imani Lewis, Contributing WriterMorgan State University’s work study students faced some financial changes this semester, which led to increased speculation of budget cuts within the work study program. Federal work study is a federal program at Morgan State that was established to assist in finding job placement for undergraduate students who may qualify for part-time, on and off-campus jobs. Student eligibility is based on regulations and confidential information regarding the student’s financial status.   “Our work study award has not been decreased nor has it been increased. The same amount that the Department of Education has been giving us […]

by · November 13, 2017 · 0 comments · CAMPUS, COLLEGE, SECTIONS