'He's Pretty Big' | Coppin State Students React To Loose Bull Corralled In West BaltimoreIt was a hectic Wednesday afternoon in west Baltimore after a steer was loose on the streets for hours. 
'We Really Need More Love In This World' | Funeral Services Held At Psalmist Baptist Church For Sherman Reed Jr.Funeral services for Sherman Reed Jr. were held Saturday at Psalmist Baptist Church.
Viewing For Sherman Reed, Jr., Son Of Coppin State Baseball Coach, To Be Held ThursdayThe viewing for the son of Coppin State University's head baseball coach will be held Thursday afternoon.
'Game Changer': Second Mayor's Scholars Cohort Launches, Giving Hundreds Tuition-Free EducationFor the second year, the Mayor's Scholars Program is giving some of those students a chance to get an education tuition-free.
NAACP: Search For Coppin State President Lacks Transparency The president of the Baltimore branch of the NAACP says the chair of the search committee for a new Coppin State University president has agreed to meet with him after he complained about the search process.
Coppin State President To Step Down At School Year's EndThe first female president of Coppin State University has announced she'll step down at the end of the school year.
Richard Collins Scholarship Available At All Maryland Historically Black Colleges And UniversitiesAn annual $1 million scholarship was launched in honor of Richard Collins III, a Bowie State University student killed in May 2017. It will support ROTC cadets at all four of Maryland's HBCU's.
Coppin State Univ. Professor Discovers New Work By Moby Dick AuthorA professor from Coppin State University believes that he has discovered a new work by famed Moby Dick author, Herman Melville.
Coppin State Joins Plan To Offer Baltimore Students Free CollegeBaltimore is taking another step toward getting Baltimore high school graduates into college by making college free at another institution.
Maryland HBCUs Push For Federal Funding In Lengthy Legal BattleFor more than a decade, Maryland's four historically black colleges and universities have been locked in a heated court battle with the state. The schools claim they're not getting enough funding or support.
Coppin State Officer Cleared In Fatal ShootingThe Coppin State University police officer involved in a fatal officer-involved shooting back in December has been cleared of any charges.