The Hon. Sanford D. Bishop Jr. ’68 (D-GA, Albany) will be the guest speaker at Morehouse College’s 134th Commencement on May 20. The Georgia Congressman, a 1968 graduate of Morehouse, represents residents of Georgia’s 2nd Congressional District, which covers 29 middle and southwest Georgia counties.
Eight HBCUs participating in Homecoming Scholars Award Program Morehouse College is one of eight schools that superstar entertainer Beyoncé Knowles has chosen to be part of her new Homecoming Scholars Award Program.
CNN host W. Kamau Bell, is joined by CNN commentator Angela Rye as well as a student and a professor at Morehouse College in Atlanta to discuss historically black colleges and universities. The new season of Bell’s show, “United Shades of America,” premieres Sunday at 10 p.m. ET.
Morehouse College students who are the first in their families to pursue a higher education will soon receive financial support from Aaron's Inc., thanks to a new scholarship opportunity funded by the national lease-purchase retailer.
The Morehouse College Track and Field team won the 2018 Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference championship in Albany, Ga., Saturday, their first conference title since 2015.
Professor and first female dean of Business Administration and Economics to be remembered, honored April 21.
Kevin Lee, known as Coach K in the music world, conducted a Master Class for students recently in the Ray Charles Performing Arts Center.
W. Kamau Bell, host of the critically-acclaimed, Emmy Award-winning CNN Original Series, United Shades of America with W. Kamau Bell, will preview the show's “HBCU Episode” at Morehouse College from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on April 23 and moderate a panel discussion following the show.
President David A. Thomas, a group of faculty members and journalism students represented Morehouse Monday at a Washington D.C. debut for National Geographic magazine’s special edition, “The Race Issue.”
Two of the area’s most influential members of the business and financial community will speak to Morehouse College students in early April about issues and ideas in the financial sector.
A group of Morehouse College business students just spent 10 days in Australia and New Zealand learning about the countries and their business practices. The Spring Tour is an annual adventure sponsored by the Morehouse College Division of Business Administration and Economics that takes groups of students to points around the world to soak in international business lessons and culture.
Morehouse College students should think about the city of Chicago as a place to live and work, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel told a group of men of Morehouse and faculty recently.