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Details of Gerald Williams’ death arise prior to suspect’s hearing

The Spokesman StaffAfter a nearly two month investigation, a suspect was arrested in the fatal stabbing of Morgan State University student Gerald Williams on February 1. The suspect, Harry Malik Robertson of Bowie, was arrested on March 31 in Prince George’s County, and will face a preliminary hearing Tuesday at Baltimore District Court. At the hearing, it’s expected that Robertson will offer a plea to charges of first and second degree murder as well as a lesser charge of possession of a dangerous weapon with the intent to injure. A picture of the scene surrounding Williams’ death has emerged. Multimedia […]

by · April 25, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · CAMPUS NEWS, CRIME

Administration tackles increased security concerns

by Benjamin McKnight III, Editor-In-ChiefFollowing the death of a Morgan State student, Morgan State president released a list of new efforts to improve campus safety in the Morgan community. A detailed email from president David Wilson on Friday evening highlighted new security measures in Morgan View, where junior Gerald Williams died from stab wounds during an altercation on Feb. 1. Those plans included the construction of a guard booth at the entrance of the complex to control traffic to and from. According to Wilson, “there will be a temporary structure that will be on the property starting February 18” as […]

by · February 13, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · CAMPUS NEWS, CRIME
Clean Up Efforts Finally Reach Morgan View

Clean Up Efforts Finally Reach Morgan View

Ahjahnae LaQuer, Managing EditorIt’s been four days since Winter Storm Jonas left and yesterday, contractors were out as early as 6 a.m., plowing snow and clearing the walkways of Morgan View for students returning to class Thursday morning. The off-campus student apartments are responsible for housing at least 800 Morgan students, but only 150 residents were on the property during the blizzard. The biggest problem they seemed to face was being able to get around the thick blanket of snow which left the community almost unrecognizable. “As far as the plowing situation, a lot of residents were a little upset […]

by · January 27, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · CAMPUS NEWS