The public radio station housed on Morgan State University’s campus is under new leadership.
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Marc Steiner is stepping away from his popular daily talk show at Morgan State-hosted public radio station WEAA-FM.
Budding journalists at Morgan State have been focusing on covering city affairs, particularly underserved communities around Baltimore, since last spring. With a boost in funding from the Knight Foundation, they can expand their work in the field.
A retired UPS executive just gave Morgan State University its largest-ever monetary gift, and it won’t be used for a new building.
Morgan State will have a civil rights leader onhand Friday as they honor one of the movement’s biggest achievements. The Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr. will be in Baltimore to give the keynote address at Morgan State’s commencement ceremony.
At first, it seems like a terrible idea. Thousands of child migrants have been flooding into the United States from their homes in Central America, and a professor from Morgan State thinks we should send them to Guantanamo. Yes, that Guantanamo.
Have you heard the phrase “meds and eds”? It refers to the idea that hospitals and universities are the institutions with the money and power to revitalize struggling cities. Baltimore has a wealth of both.
The Baltimore City Anchor Plan is a formalization of Baltimore’s plans for meds and eds-based development. The eight hospitals and universities that signed on to the plan this week promised to prioritize four areas: public safety, local hiring, local purchasing, and quality of life in the city.
Brian Stewart, a student at Morgan State University, dreamed of becoming a member of the Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity, the same frat his mentor had joined. But the day after his interview, he was rejected for reasons he didn’t understand. And then someone sent him copies of Facebook messages that KAP members had exchanged about him, which featured some colorful language describing his sexual orientation.