In 1911, under the leadership of music professor Georgia Starr, the Morehouse College Glee Club began a tradition of maintaining a high standard of musical excellence. Over the years, the talented groups of young men have graced the stages of many well known venues and played with several ensembles including the Georgia Symphony Orchestra and the […]
Morehouse College Entrepreneurship Center presents a symposium, The Potential Role of Entrepreneurship in Reducing Mass Incarceration, May 3, 2018. Click here for more details and to RSVP.
It’s the time of year when spring begins to graze the nascent stages of summer. The aroma from food trucks permeates the air while vendors encircle the amphitheater. Students meander among tables selling T-shirts emblazoned with phrases like “Respect This Melanin,” posters of activists such as Muhammad Ali and Angela Davis, and displays of recycled […]
Dallas Attorney Lee Merritt sits down with host Sybil Wilkes on her new Sunday show “It’s Sybil.” CLICK HERE to listen as he talks about his work, his childhood and his days as a student at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia.
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Students at Morehouse and Spelman Colleges have begun a hunger strike to change a policy they say hinders them from helping fellow classmates who may be going hungry. The strike, which began on November 2, aims to help approximately 1,400 students on the campuses who are at risk of being food insecure. To address this […]