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Top Five Morgan Events to Look Forward to Spring 2018

From waiting for hours to check into dorms to long tests of patience during the “Montebello Blues,” there are just certain engagements every Morganite can expect to go through, willingly or not. As the Spring 2018 semester begins, here is a list of events that students can look forward to:   MSU Ideation Space In this digital age, college is all about putting theories into practice, while incorporating technology. Morgan State University (MSU) Innovation Fellows invites all to the opening of the MSU Ideation Space on Monday, Jan. 22 in the Mitchell Engineering building. This new space includes white boards, […]

by · January 22, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · CAMPUS NEWS

Men’s Basketball Score Win Against UMES

With ten seconds left in the game, Morgan State University guard, Tiwian Kendley went to the free throw line with the game tied at 79. Kendley missed most of the second half due to foul trouble but he knew what he had to do. “Only thing that was going through my head was, knock these free throws down and get us a home win,” said Kendley. “We were in a drought, a seven game losing streak, so it was important to get better, and start the MEAC off with a W.” Kendley would knock down the first shot, to put […]

by · January 5, 2018 · Comments are Disabled · SPORTS
Family and Friends Mourn Morgan Student Killed in Shooting

Family and Friends Mourn Morgan Student Killed in Shooting

“Hurt”; the only way Savannah Lee could describe her emotions after finding out her little brother was fatally shot Monday night. Jonathan Tobash, a 19-year-old sophomore industrial engineering major at Morgan State University, was shot on Pelham Avenue at a store while on the way to visit his girlfriend, according to his mother, Mary Harry. “It hurts even more because I never imagined my brother on the other end of a gun being killed because he wasn’t in the streets, he wasn’t a bad kid, he went to school, he loved school, he motivated others to stay in school,” said […]

by · December 22, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · CAMPUS NEWS, LOCAL NEWS

Morganite of the Year Runner-Up: Edward Scott

In the short amount of time he’s been there, Morgan State University’s athletic director has had a profound effect on not just the athletic department but the school as well. Edward Scott arrived at Morgan State last November to replace the long time former athletic director, Floyd Kerr. Morgan State is a school with a smaller athletic program and budget than Scott was used to at his previous jobs at the University of Binghamton and George Washington. The program was also coming off the NCAA violations throughout the entire program. His goal when he first arrived at Morgan State was […]

by · December 20, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · CAMPUS, SPORTS

NCAA Places Sanctions on Morgan State’s Athletic Department

The Morgan State University athletics program was rocked Tuesday by NCAA sanctions that will bar the university’s football, softball and women’s tennis programs from postseason play for a year and place the entire athletic department on probation for four years. The NCAA’s Division I Committee on Infractions charged the school with “a lack of institutional control,” alleging that athletics officials violated NCAA eligibility and financial aid rules. Specifically, the NCAA panel charged that over a four-year period from the 2012-13 academic year through the 2015-16 academic year, the school improperly awarded financial aid to student-athletes, thus making them ineligible. The […]

by · December 20, 2017 · Comments are Disabled · CAMPUS, CAMPUS NEWS, COLLEGE, SPORTS