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In late October, senior Brian Stewart filed a formal complaint with the university alleging that the chapter rejected him because he is gay, offering several derogatory social media messages he said were sent between the fraternity members as proof.
Traditionally black colleges could be in line for a funding boost pending the outcome of a civil rights lawsuit in Maryland, officials said. Morgan State University in Baltimore sued the Maryland Department of Education, alleging a funding formula
The Baltimore Sun Morgan State announced Monday afternoon that Donald Hill-Eley will not return as the football program's head coach. Hill-Eley, who went 59-76 in 12 years leading the Bears, was informed of the university's decision around noon. I
Green and Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun State officials and attorneys representing Maryland's historically black colleges and universities will head to mediation to resolve the remnants of a legal battle spurred by the institutions' complaint that
Alpha Iota, the Morgan State University chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi, is under investigation at Morgan State University for rejecting Brian Stewart, who pledged the fraternity because his pastor and mentor from his youth was a member. Stewart is gay,
District Judge Catherine Blake found that state universities have continued to unnecessarily duplicate the programs of the four historically black institutions, violating the constitutional rights of those students. Plaintiffs had argued that the
Dr. Homer Eli Favor, a retired Morgan State University economist who was an original member of the civil rights activist group whose members called themselves the "Goon Squad," died of heart disease Saturday at the Baltimore-Washington Medical Center.
Manoj Kumar Jha, director of the university's Center for Advanced Transportation and Infrastructure Engineering Research, handed stipend checks to students at the university, the document said, but demanded they pay part of the money back to him. The
Joshua Ceasar was attacked by Kinyua with a baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire in a dorm room, and he alleged in a lawsuit filed in Baltimore City Circuit Court that Morgan knew Kinyua was a danger. But the university's attorney wrote in a recent
He was what students aspired to be," Jamol West, a fraternity brother, said of Green, who allegedly killed one of his roommates and wounded another before killing himself. "Very focused on academics, focused on community service...A Morgan spokesman,