Jevon Oladele Akindele Ashman is a dean’s list, Oprah Winfrey service scholar majoring in physics with a concentration in computational physics from Charleston, SC.
Dr. Vicki Crawford of Morehouse College Receives France's Highest National Distinction "The Legion of Honor"
Created by Napoleon I in 1802, the Ordre National de la Légion d’Honneur is France’s highest national distinction. This award recognizes her academic contributions as well as her efforts to spread the teachings and the philosophy of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
McRae is the first Morehouse student to win the award in more than a decade, and his submission was directly supported by Academic Affairs and the Office of Sponsored Programs.
Student participants were tasked with pitching a comprehensive solution to a business case using business, marketing, tech, and design solutions.
Statement by Morehouse College President David A. Thomas on Dr. Lisa D. Cook’s Nomination to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
"I strongly support President Biden’s nomination of Dr. Cook to serve on the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System."- President David A. Thomas
Alumni Feature: Eastside Golf Founders Gift Morehouse Golf Team with Exclusive Co-Branded Beats Headphones
The custom headphones were gifted to the Morehouse College Golf team along with a $50,000 commitment and Jordan Golf shoes.
Recent threats against HBCUs are proof that we are doing something right. Our ability to use educational excellence to empower talented students means that the status quo will necessarily be disrupted as they become leaders in every field. Though it may make some uncomfortable, we will nevertheless proceed undaunted in our work to create transformative agents of change. No threat has ever, or will ever, stop us from turning dreams into triumph.
To celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, MTV Entertainment Group and the Morehouse College Cinema, Television, and Emerging Media Studies program are showcasing the short film “Here We Are.”
President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris visited campus to talk about the importance of protecting the right to vote for all Americans.