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The Daily Record
Md. Board of Public Works approves $400K settlement with family of Tyrone Westbeing arrested in Baltimore city. The three-member panel approved the agreement
The Daily Record / Posted 21 hours ago
being arrested in Baltimore city. The three-member panel approved the agreement between the family of Tyrone West Sr. and Morgan State University. An officer from the university assisted city ... Complete access to news articles on this website... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
State reaches settlement in Tyrone West death lawsuitWorks. It is part of the resolution of a federal lawsuit brought by the 44-year
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
Works. It is part of the resolution of a federal lawsuit brought by the 44-year-old man’s family against Baltimore and Morgan State University police. The family’s attorney, A. Dwight Pettit, said both the city and state have settled but... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
State of Maryland Reaches Settlement In Tyrone West Death Lawsuitrun when officers tackled him. West died of what an autopsy says was a heart c
CBS Baltimore / Posted yesterday
run when officers tackled him. West died of what an autopsy says was a heart condition. The officers were not charged in his death. The State became involved in the suit because the Morgan State University Police force was involved in the strugg... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
State reaches settlement in Tyrone West death lawsuitpart of the resolution of a federal lawsuit brought by the 44-year-old man’s si
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
part of the resolution of a federal lawsuit brought by the 44-year-old man’s sister, Tawanda Jones, against Baltimore and Morgan State University police. Jones’ attorney, A. Dwight Pettit, said both the city and state have settled but declined to... Read more
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The Daily Record
State board to consider $400K settlement with family of Tyrone Westhandcuffed three years ago as he was being arrested by Baltimore city police of
The Daily Record / Posted yesterday
handcuffed three years ago as he was being arrested by Baltimore city police officers. The proposed settlement between Morgan State University and the family and estate of Tyrone A. West Sr. is ... Complete access to news articles on this... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Frederick I. Scott, Jr., Johns Hopkins University's first African-American undergraduate, dies at 89Tau, Baltimore’s first interracial fraternity that forbid hazing and included s
Baltimore Sun / Posted 2 days ago
Tau, Baltimore’s first interracial fraternity that forbid hazing and included students not only from Hopkins, but also Morgan state University and what is now Loyola University Maryland. In order to be admitted, pledges had to be engaged... Read more
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Havre Daily News
Northern receives enrollment awardof a new enrollment and retention program. Hobsons University awarded Northern
Havre Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
of a new enrollment and retention program. Hobsons University awarded Northern its Admissions and Enrollment Award, while Morgan State University, Baltimore, Maryland and Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, Green Bay, Wisconsin, tied for... Read more
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The Daily Record
Mireille Grangenois, Morgan State UniversityFEATURED MOVER | Mireille Grangenois, the former publisher of The Chronicle o
The Daily Record / Posted 9 days ago
FEATURED MOVER | Mireille Grangenois, the former publisher of The Chronicle of Higher Education, has been named the interim general manager of Morgan State University's WEAA-FM (89.9), an NPR-member... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Home of black banker pushed for historical designationbeing able to advance colored people," said Dale Green, an assistant professor
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 15 days ago
being able to advance colored people," said Dale Green, an assistant professor of architecture and historic preservation at Morgan State University. "To be able to walk out your door and across the street is a performer, a doctor, a professor . it... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Home of Wilson Park founder being considered for historic designationbeing able to advance colored people,” said Dale Green, an assistant professor
Baltimore Sun / Posted 16 days ago
being able to advance colored people,” said Dale Green, an assistant professor of architecture and historic preservation at Morgan State University. “To be able to walk out your door and across the street is a performer, a doctor, a professor … it... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Artist Charles Mason III finds his path in 'Two Lane Stories'His parents maybe wish he’d stuck with his day job -- working at the computer l
Baltimore Sun / Posted 19 days ago
His parents maybe wish he’d stuck with his day job -- working at the computer lab at Morgan State University. But Charles Mason III wanted something more. “I want to live,” said Mason, 26, sitting at a shared table in Mount Vernon’s Bun Shop. He... Read more
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Roanoke-Chowan News-Herald
Hertford County track star signs with CCUin her jump development. The daughter of Jock and April Blackwell, a couple wh
Roanoke-Chowan News-Herald / Posted 21 days ago
in her jump development. The daughter of Jock and April Blackwell, a couple who actually met while competing in track at Morgan State University in Baltimore in the eighties, she grew up taking naturally to the sport. “I coached her mother,”... Read more
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The Daily Record
p7a-063017-heart-5-webleft, Michelle Harris Bondima, the statewide director of the Community College
The Daily Record / Posted 27 days ago
left, Michelle Harris Bondima, the statewide director of the Community College Leadership Doctorate Program at Morgan State University; Peter Kannam, the managing partner at America Achieves; and DeRay Mckesson, the interim chief of... Read more
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The Daily Record
Five Baltimore principals honored at Heart of the School Awardsleft, Michelle Harris Bondima, the statewide director of the Community College
The Daily Record / Posted 27 days ago
left, Michelle Harris Bondima, the statewide director of the Community College Leadership Doctorate Program at Morgan State University; Peter Kannam, the managing partner at America Achieves; and DeRay Mckesson, the interim chief of... Read more
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Business Standard India
Facebook's secret censoring on hate speech protect white men but not blackssay that their posts are often taken down. Two years ago, Stacey Patton, a jour
Business Standard India / Posted 28 days ago
say that their posts are often taken down. Two years ago, Stacey Patton, a journalism professor at historically black Morgan State University in Baltimore, posed a provocative question on her Facebook page. She asked why “it’s not a crime when... Read more
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CNBC
Facebook’s secret censorship rules protect white men from hate speech but not black childrensay that their posts are often taken down. Two years ago, Stacey Patton, a jour
CNBC / Posted 28 days ago
say that their posts are often taken down. Two years ago, Stacey Patton, a journalism professor at historically black Morgan State University in Baltimore, posed a provocative question on her Facebook page. She asked why "it's not a crime when... Read more
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The Daily Record
Morgan State receives $352K grant for greenhouse facility Morgan State University received a $352,000 grant through a partnership with
The Daily Record / Posted 28 days ago
Morgan State University received a $352,000 grant through a partnership with the Abell Foundation to help fund the university’s state-of-the-art greenhouse facility and to enhance its plant... Read more
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Salon.com
Facebook’s secret censorship rules protect white men from hate speech but not black childrensay that their posts are often taken down. Two years ago, Stacey Patton, a jour
Salon.com / Posted 28 days ago
say that their posts are often taken down. Two years ago, Stacey Patton, a journalism professor at historically black Morgan State University in Baltimore, posed a provocative question on her Facebook page. She asked why “it’s not a crime when... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Botanical research firm to relocate HQ to Baltimore, bringing 200 jobsto be closer to Maryland's medical and scientific research institutions, includ
Baltimore Sun / Posted 30 days ago
to be closer to Maryland's medical and scientific research institutions, including a research-oriented greenhouse at Morgan State University, officials said. The firm has developed what's believed to be one of the largest plant databases... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Nonprofit aims to breathe new life into vacant East Baltimore warehouseorganization now based in Charles Village. Stokes said the nonprofit is working
Baltimore Sun / Posted a month ago
organization now based in Charles Village. Stokes said the nonprofit is working to bring in a cafe, a writer's cooperative, Morgan State University classes and entrepreneurs looking for shared office space. "We wanted our presence in a place to... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Serenade festival celebrates JFK centennial by bringing together choral groups from around the worldthere and the guides tell us we’re crazy.” Among the many groups that routinel
Baltimore Sun / Posted 1 months ago
there and the guides tell us we’re crazy.” Among the many groups that routinely use Classical Movement’s services is the Morgan State University Choir, which just got back from a tour of Spain and Portugal. Since 2009, the company has arranged... Read more

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