Morehouse College has received a $1.5 million grant to help historically black colleges and universities attract new STEM majors by enhancing programs and encouraging students to see themselves as future scientists.
Morehouse College's Cinema, Television & Emerging Media Studies Program and FREEFORM will host an exclusive sneak peek of the college sitcom, “Grown-ish” Season 2 on Monday, Nov. 12 at 6 p.m. at Bank of America Auditorium.
The Morehouse College Cross Country Team recently won its third straight victory at the 2018 SIAC Cross Country Championships. The win was the Maroon Tigers' 23rd championship in 25 years.
The Morehouse College Martin Luther King Jr. Collection has received a 2018 Governor’s Award for the Arts and Humanities for its work to preserve more than 13,000 artifacts showcasing the life and legacy of King.
The Morehouse Debate Team has won its season opener, the Martin Luther King Jr. Debate Tournament, which was recently held on campus.
Two busloads of more than 100 Morehouse College scholars bound for the 21st annual Chicago Football Classic arrived in the “Windy City” a day early to mentor middle and high school students at Chicago area public schools.
Comedian Kevin Hart and director Will Packer visited Morehouse College recently to talk to students about how important education and persistence are in achieving career goals. The event, “Real Talk,” was co-sponsored by Morehouse’s Cinema, Television & Emerging Media Studies Program and Office of Student Development.
New students at Morehouse and Spelman Colleges ended orientation activities Sunday with a joint Convocation service and a ceremony to promote the spirit of family unity between the schools.
Three Morehouse scholars were recently named among 18 recipients of a new $600,000 UNCF scholarship funded by actor and comedian Kevin Hart.
Morehouse College students, faculty, and staff have a new on-campus option to pick up essentials with the opening of P.O.D. Market in the Thomas Kilgore Student Center this week.
Ten Morehouse College students were selected as the first Aaron's Scholars and will share in a $1 million scholarship award for students who are the first in their family to seek a higher education.