Student Found Dead In Morgan State Building Not Seen Or Heard From In WeeksA body has been found on the Morgan State University campus.
Morgan State Women's Basketball Coach Donald Beasley Comments On AllegationsCoach Beasley joined Ed and Rob to give his side of the recent accusations of coach abuse at Morgan State.
Morgan State University Opening Restored Civil Rights MuseumMorgan State University is hosting the opening of a newly renovated civil rights museum.
Morgan State University Designated A National TreasureThe National Trust for Historic Preservation is naming Morgan State University a national treasure.
Governor's Office Holding Baltimore Business Recovery EventThe governor's office is inviting Baltimore businesses hurt by rioting and looting to meet with federal, state and local agencies offering recovery assistance.
Morgan State University Goes Smoke-FreeOne Maryland university is stamping out smoking on its campus. Morgan State University says its new policy covers all tobacco products---even for visitors.
No 'Butts' About It: Morgan State To Go Smoke-FreeA campus-wide ban on smoking will soon be implemented at Morgan State University.
Baltimore Professor Working To Make Higher Mathematics Accessible To AllSTEM education in Maryland, has been a priority for the Department of Education since 2009 when the ambitious program was originated to prepare more students to meet the challenges of the global marketplace.
Suspect Is In Custody After Stabbing At Morgan StateA 19-year-old Morgan State student faces multiple charges in the stabbing that spilled over from a campus dance.
Morgan State Powers Past Delaware State 69-7Moses Skillon threw for five touchdowns and ran in a sixth to lead Morgan State to a 69-7 win over Delaware State on Saturday.
Scott Garceau: Local College Football PreviewScott Garceau previews local college football from University of Maryland, Towson University, Navy, Morgan State and Johns Hopkins.
Morgan Officials Release More Information In Student's DeathMorgan State University officials are releasing more information about the practice that incapacitated a student, who later died.