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In 2013, Morehouse celebrates the 100th anniversary of the naming of the College in honor of Henry Lyman Morehouse, the corresponding secretary of the Northern Baptist Home Mission Society.
Clifford Russell Named Chief Information Officer
Clifford Russell, a national innovator in technology, has been named Morehouse’s chief information officer.
Tears and Cheers Accompany Class of 2017 as They Become Men of Morehouse
Approximately 550 members of the class of 2017 marched through the gates of campus as newest Men of Morehouse.
Garikai Campbell Appointed Provost and Senior Vice President
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.
Morehouse Rhodes Scholar Tope Folarin ’04 Wins Top African Literary Prize
Tope Folarin ’04, Morehouse’s third Rhodes scholar, has earned another huge honor: the 2013 Caine Prize for African Writing for his short story, “Miracle.” The Caine Prize, which has been awarded annually since 2000, is considered Africa’s top literary award.
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.
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