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Letter from the Editor: Parting is such (Bitter)sweet sorrow

The MSU Spokesman
May 22, 2018
Filed under SECTIONS

By Akira Kyles Editor-in-Chief   This was the day that I had been waiting for for so long and now that it was here, it only felt bittersweet.   I joined the MSU Spokesman the second I heard about it after my transfer from Pace University in 2015. Before I knew it, it became my...

QOTW is Back: The Current Political Climate

QOTW is Back: The Current Political Climate

Tramon Lucas
February 24, 2017
Filed under #QOTW, Social Commentary

  QOTW is back, this week The MSU Spokesman wanted to focus on the current political climate and how students are responding. After a recent study, are students stressed? Nervous? Scared? Watch the video! By Wyman Jones, Visuals Editor and Devon Ashby, Baldwin Williams and Maliik Obee, ...

Morgan hosts Tuskegee Airman for symposium [Lookbook]

Morgan hosts Tuskegee Airman for symposium [Lookbook]

Benjamin McKnight
February 7, 2017
Filed under CAMPUS NEWS

As part of Morgan State University's Black History Month celebrations, the Earl G. Graves School of Business and Army ROTC hosted the Tuskegee Airman Symposium today. Retired Col. Charles McGee, a member of the Army Air Corps, spoke to an audience about his military experience during the desegregation...

Body found in CBEIS Building

Body found in CBEIS Building

Tramon Lucas
August 30, 2016
Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, LOCAL NEWS, SECTIONS

The body of an unidentified 45-year-old man was found in the Center for the Built Environment & Infrastructure Studies building, Tuesday morning Baltimore City Police said. Police spokesman Det. Donny Moses said police responded to a call regarding a foul odor in the building, at approximately...

Former MSU student arrested in February stabbing death

Former MSU student arrested in February stabbing death

Tramon Lucas
March 31, 2016
Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, CRIME, LOCAL NEWS

Baltimore City police arrested a former Morgan State University student Thursday in connection with the Feb. 1 stabbing of Gerald Williams, charging Harry Malik Robertson with first and second-degree murder. Robertson, a Suitland High School graduate, is expected to face a bail hearing Friday. According...

Baltimore mayoral candidate stops at MSU for Social Justice Forum

Baltimore mayoral candidate stops at MSU for Social Justice Forum

Tramon Lucas
March 9, 2016
Filed under CAMPUS NEWS, CLUBS & ORGS, SECTIONS, Social Commentary

As the Baltimore Mayoral race continues, Councilman Nick Mosby stopped at Morgan State University for a forum with students and in a partnership with MSU’s S.M.O.O.T.H. Inc., Mosby and a panel discussed social justice reform. Paul Archibald, Ph.D., joined the panel of distinguished Morgan students to d...

Morgan Students Walk to Commemorate Breast Cancer and Domestic Violence Awareness

Morgan Students Walk to Commemorate Breast Cancer and Domestic Violence Awareness

Benjamin McKnight
October 23, 2015
Filed under CAMPUS NEWS

The National Society of Leadership and Success’ Morgan State chapter walked Thursday morning to commemorate Breast Cancer & Domestic Violence awareness month. Dozens of Morgan students created a sea of purple and pink as they carried balloons from the student center to the quad in front ...

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