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Students and alumni of Morehouse College are shocked to learn of the sudden exit of president Dr. John S. Wilson. Wilson and the board had previously announced that he would be leaving after his contract expired in June. His exit has come three months early as William “Bill” Taggart, the school’s chief operating officer, will…

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The city of Atlanta has enjoyed decades of Black mayoral leadership since the election of the city’s first Black mayor, the late Maynard Jackson. This year, Atlanta will elect a new mayor and two graduates of Morehouse College will find themselves in competition for the top post and another for a powerful city council seat.…

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According to Morehouse College’s president, close to 300 HBCUs have closed in the nation’s history. At 150 years old, Morehouse College has proved that its commitment to creating the best and brightest has been the key to its success. Last week, the college celebrated its sesquicentennial and held the Candle in the Dark Gala at the…

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Charles Barkley speaks at Morehouse College (Photo Credit: Mo Barnes for Steed Media Services)

Morehouse College in Atlanta hosted NBA great Charles Barkley. The basketball star took part in the event A Night with Sir Charles, which treated attendees to an intimate conversation with Barkley. In this clip, he talks about expressing a Black opinion in sports media,  

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When a celebrity gives back to the community, it can sometimes get overlooked. This should not be the case with NBA legend Charles Barkley and his recent donation to Morehouse College. Barkley gave the school $1M and further spotlighted the HBCU and his ongoing relationship not only with the administration but also to its students…

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Basketball legend Charles Barkley took a light-hearted question from a group of students from Morehouse College. Barkley apparently loves pigs feet, pig ears and other delicacies of Louisiana.  Barkley was speaking at a special event titled A Night With Sir Charles at the Ray Charles Performing Arts Center on campus.    

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Spelman alumna and current art educator Jessica Felder is an established visual creative who specializes in transforming spaces with antique installations and art performance. Many of her pieces are a combination of cultural, historical and ancestral experience. For example, Felder’s 2015 digital collage, Victorian Ancestry II displays the juxtaposition and cultural merging of an African…

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“My Dear Friend, My Dear Morehouse Brother – Da Great Actor Bill Nunn As Most Of You Know Him As Radio Raheem Passed Away This Morning In His Hometown Of Pittsburgh. Long Live Bill NUNN. RADIO RAHEEM Is Now RESTING IN POWER. RADIO RAHEEM WILL ALWAYS BE FIGHTING DA POWERS DAT BE. MAY GOD WATCH…

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  The name of Judge Horace Ward is one of the most respected in the nation when it comes to jurisprudence and civil rights. It has been announced that Judge Ward died at the age of 88 in Atlanta this past Saturday. Judge Ward was the first African American appointed to the federal bench in Georgia…

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Most college juniors are usually worried about passing exams, completing class projects, and finding time to party and hangout with classmates. But those concerns became secondary for Morehouse College student Kenneth Greenwood when he received a diagnosis that would change his life. Greenwood, 20, issues began over a year ago when he noticed changes in…

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Please describe your role as CEO. My role as president of the Detroit Morehouse College Alumni Association is to manage the recruiting, fundraising and community service initiatives of the organization while fostering strong alumni support and building relationships across the network. What is the mission of your organization? The Detroit Morehouse College Alumni Association supports…

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