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COMMENCEMENT 2004
For the 489 students in the Class of 2004, graduation is like most major life events - taken in and experienced from many different perspectives and forever captured in memory as a collection of moments in time.

HOMECOMING 2004
More and more sons are coming back to the College to participate in the expanded array of activities. From the Homecoming Conference and Showcase focused on the arts to concerts on our new Homecoming center stage to the traditional tailgaiting, Homecoing 2004 was indeed "A Soulful Ascension."

BEAUTY IN THE EYE OF THE HISTORIAN
College archivist Herman "Skip" Mason conceived an idea that not only celebrated the beauty and pagentry of the annual Miss Maroon & White competition, but also captured the historic significance of a tradition that has reflected the social consciousness of the student body over the decades.

A TRIBUTE TO RAY
The event that paired Hollywood hoopla with a small Southern college launched a fund-raising campaign for a Performing Arts Center named for a beloved college supporter and international icon. All with a grand mission to find, educate and inspire the next generation of music geniuses.

ARTFUL GIVING
Professors Herbert and Darlene Charles, infused with passion for art and each other, have launched a campaign to raise $7 million to build a museum to house their gift to the College—a collection of contemporary art of the African Diaspora.

CHANGING THE FACE OF NEUROSCIENCE
Morehouse and other Georgia schools join forces with the Atlanta Center for Behaviorial Neuroscience to address the under representation of minorities in one of sciences most critical fields of study.

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