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Getting Ready for Commencement
With Graves Hall in the background, workers move portions of the stage they are building for the 129th Commencement ceremony, which takes place May 19th on the College's Century Campus.
President Wilson Responds to Morehouse Shooting Incident
Dear Morehouse Community:
I regret to inform you that on Thursday, June 13, there was a shooting near the Morehouse campus in which one of our students was killed and another man wounded.
Ray Charles Performing Arts Center Named One of Atlanta’s Top Architectural Buildings
Morehouse College’s Ray Charles Performing Arts Center and Music Academic Building has joined iconic Atlanta landmarks such as the High Museum of Art, The Fox Theater and Peachtree Center as one of the city’s most important buildings.
The American Institute of Architects of Atlanta chose the facility, affectionately known as “RAYPAC,” as one of Atlanta’s Top Architectural Buildings.
President Barack Obama Urges the Morehouse Class of 2013 to Lead By Example
Morehouse’s class of 2013 has to be an example of the leadership young men – especially black men – must contribute to society, President Barack Obama said during the rain-drenched 129th Commencement ceremony.
Baccalaureate Speaker Tells Men of Morehouse That Greatness Takes Time
A smattering of claps gained momentum then erupted into thunderous applause in the sacred nave of the Martin Luther King Jr. International Chapel during the Baccalaureate Service. Turns out Andrew Miller '11, delivering the baccalaureate hermeneutics (along with Olusegun Idowu ’12) had aptly captured the excitement, the pride, the intoxicating thrill of welcoming President Barack Obama as Commencement speaker on the next day, Sunday, May 19.
Commencement 2013: Keeping Our Focus
I invite everyone to focus with us on our singular signal – these graduates of the Class of 2013, their families, and the historic visit by the President of the United States.
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