Morgan State Athlete Jordan Cofield Killed In Motorcycle Crash Remembered By Teacher, CoachJordan Cofield was about to start his junior year at Morgan State, where classes begin in two weeks. 
Morgan State Football Player Jordan Cofield Dies In Motorcycle CrashA Morgan State University football player was killed in a motorcycle crash on Interstate 795 in Baltimore County Saturday night.
Funeral For Baltimore Explosion Victim Joseph Graham Held WednesdayFamily and friends remembered the life of 20-year-old Joseph Graham who died in the Baltimore gas explosion on Aug. 10.
Baltimore Explosion: Morgan State Student Joseph Graham Identified As Man Killed In BlastA Morgan State University rising sophomore was among those killed in a natural gas explosion in northwest Baltimore Monday morning.
Morgan State University Shifts To Remote-Only Instruction For Fall SemesterMorgan State University announced Tuesday instruction for the 2020 fall semester will be remote-only.  
Morgan State University To Require COVID-19 Testing For Return To CampusMorgan State University said Thursday students, faculty and staff must be tested for COVID-19 for return to campus in the fall.
Morgan State University Updating Food Options, Dining Facilities On CampusCampus life is sure to look and feel different this year amid the coronavirus pandemic, but Morgan State University students do have something to look forward to in the coming months and years.
12 Student-Athletes At Morgan State Test Positive For Coronavirus; Athletes Being Sent HomeA dozen student-athletes at Morgan State University tested positive for the coronavirus before the university ceased all voluntary workouts, the school said in a statement Wednesday.
Coronavirus Latest: Morgan State University Cancels All In-Person Homecoming EventsAll in-person Homecoming celebrations at Morgan State University are canceled this year due to safety concerns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic. 
Morgan State University's Nursing Program Receives $146K For MentoringFuture nurses at Morgan State University are getting a boost. 
Baltimore Area Gets More Than $450K To Help Minority, Women-Owned Businesses, Lawmakers AnnounceBaltimore's congressional delegation on Thursday announced the region will get more than $450,000 to help support minority- and women-owned businesses and create jobs.