by Ron Thomas
Director, Morehouse College Journalism and Sports Program
All parents dread the day they must have "the talk" with their teen-age son or daughter. That's the day parents officially face the possibility that their "child" is already having sex, or at least seriously considering it, so it's...
by David Wall Rice
Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Psychology, Morehouse College
I have a friend -- family really -- who attended Key Elementary with me in Arlington, Texas. I'd been at the school for about a year before she showed up. I lived in Los Angeles before moving to Texas.
“Tradition.” “Legacy.” Those are the words that fund raisers once used to inspire donors to give to their alma maters.
Not anymore, says Jon Hysell, executive director of annual giving at Hamilton College, where more than 170 annual-fund officers convened last week to exchange knowledge about...
It has been over 20 years since one of Spike Lee's first hit movies, School Daze, was released and enjoyed by millions. The award-winning filmmaker told reporters that a School Daze 2 is in the works and that he hopes it will be coming to audiences soon.
Read the full article at Cascade Patch
WASHINGTON, July 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Leading government affairs expert and dynamic entrepreneur, Lamell McMorris, was honored Wednesday evening at the Washington Government Relations Group's (WGRG) Tin Cup Awards hosted at the La Maison Francaise in DC.
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He was part of the USA gold medal winning 4x100 meter relay team that shattered a world record, winning their race in 40.73 seconds during the IPC World Championships in Lyon, France!
Singleton had already won an individual bronze medal in the 100 meter dash.
Way to go, Morehouse Man!!!
Garikai Campbell, an expert in science, technology, engineering and mathematics education, has been appointed Morehouse’s new provost and senior vice president for Academic Affairs by President John Silvanus Wilson Jr. ’79.
Campbell comes from Swarthmore College in Pennsylvania, where he served...