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Iron Chef returns to Morgan State

by Terrance Smith, Staff WriterThere are many students at Morgan State University who think they can cook, and on April 20 they will have the opportunity to display those abilities in the 2nd Iron Chef Competition. The first competition took place April 2014. Due to more “pressing issues,” the event could not take place in 2015 according to Joyce Allison, Assistant Coordinator of Student Activities at Morgan State. This year’s competition will be from 12-1:30 p.m. on the University Student Center patio. “We got the idea from television and from the students; they wanted a program during the day and […]

by · April 20, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · CAMPUS NEWS
Postcard From Greece!!

Postcard From Greece!!

by Arius Bevins and Synclaire CruelIn this third edition of “Postcard From Greece“, our photo editor Arius Bevins and Spokesman contributor Synclaire Cruel tell the story of Syrian, Iran, Afghanistan refugees who camp out in parts of Athens. Check out more below!! Everyday in the port of Athens, ferries drop off refugees from Syria, Iran, and Afghanistan. They camp out in this area for about three or four days before moving on elsewhere in Greece. There are many volunteers who come everyday to give food, clothes, and help support them in anyway they can. There are activities for the children […]

by · March 10, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · International News, Postcard From Greece
Junior Kyle Thomas goes up for a dunk against Norfolk State University on Wednesday.
Photo by Terry Wright

Bears exact revenge on Spartans

by Ty’Rique Sims, Staff WriterMorgan State’s men’s basketball team hosted Norfolk State on Wednesday evening, handily beating them 89-72 Wednesday night in the second and last meeting between the two schools this season. Senior Rasean Simpson had 18 points and nine rebounds and junior Andre Horne Jr. scored 18, four of which were 3-pointers, to lead the Bears. Morgan shot 51 percent in the first half to take a 42-28 lead behind Horne’s 13 points and Kyle Thomas’ 10. “They beat us at their place, so I was really coming out here focused and worried about getting the win,” said […]

by · February 25, 2016 · Comments are Disabled · SPORTS

Lady Bears Surging Towards MEAC Tournament

by Benjamin McKnight IIIAt the end of their opening round loss in the MEAC Volleyball Tournament to Florida A&M University last fall, Morgan State head coach Ramona Riley-Bozier was already thinking about the next season. “I had to have a talk with Ramona,” said Riley-Bozier. For the past few years, the Lady Bears of were stuck in the middle of the pack of in the MEAC standings at the end of the season. Entering her 28th season as the head coach for the Lady Bears, Riley-Bozier said that she was looking for anything that would give her team a new […]

by · November 6, 2015 · Comments are Disabled · CAMPUS, SECTIONS, SPORTS
A Fabolous Rodeo

A Fabolous Rodeo

By Maliik ObeeUpdate October 15, 11:04 am: Travis Scott has pulled out of the concert lineup as announced by the UMOJA Council’s Twitter. Rick Ross will be Scott’s replacement for the evening. Refunds will be issued from the Student Center box office for those who no longer wish to attend. As Morgan State University prepares for their homecoming concert, there is a riff amongst concertgoers. The two headlining performers, Travis Scott and Fabolous are very different in styles and audiences – many wonder what kind of show they are in for. Houston native Travis Scott is at the breaking point […]

by · October 14, 2015 · Comments are Disabled · CAMPUS NEWS, Homecoming