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Morgan Alumni to Produce “For Colored Girls” in Baltimore

A group of Morgan State alumni will be featured in a regional production of “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf” at Garrison Forest School’s Garland Theater from July 26-28. Presented by ArtsCentric, a theater company founded by Morgan alums, the program will donate a portion of proceeds from the production to House of Ruth …

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School of Architecture & Planning Designing and Building Exhibit for Artscape 2013

CONTACT: James Thompson Project Manager 443-465-9435 Baltimore – Students and faculty from the School of Architecture and Planning have been invited for the third straight year to participate and exhibit an environmental installation for Artscape.  The project, titled Destination 1 is a music pavilion and DJ dome inspired by the visionary ideas of Buckminster Fuller.  A forefather of the modern …

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Professor Makes Case for ‘Perfection of Skinny Women’ in Debut Novel

“Sanity. I find solace in writing. When I’m working on curriculum, student issues, I find that writing is how I retreat, to get lost in an alternate universe.” The communications professor, known in the fiction world as debut author ‘T. Richard,’ smiles broadly as she sits at her office desk in the University Communications Center, describing the balance between serving …

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MSU Choir Australian Tour Blog – Day 10

Well, we have come to the last day of our Australian tour, a travel day back to the good old U. S. of A. The plane was to leave at 7:30 AM, however two choir members were still in the bed at 7:30. This delayed us about 25 minutes, which was not a great start to the day. We had …

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MSU Choir Australian Tour Blog – Day 9

This will be our last remaining complete day in Australia! Our morning is somewhat free to do as we please, with the last group lunch at 12:30PM. Many of us were once again trying to get those last minute souvenirs of Australia. Melbourne has a relatively small center city area. Given that our hotel was in the center of town, …

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MSU Choir Australian Tour Blog – Day 8

Today, was a day to explore beautiful Melbourne, Australia and rehearse music to be sung jointly by the Melbourne University Choral Society and Morgan. The concert will be at St. Paul’s Anglican Cathedral. The conductor of the Choral Society, Andrew Wailes, met us at our hotel early this morning. He was quite excited to lead the tour of his dear …

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MSU Choir Australian Tour Blog – Day 7

Today was a travel day to Melbourne, the second largest city in Australia. The city is growing exponentially at a rate of an additional 1,500 persons per week. Melbourne is expected to eclipse Sydney as the largest city in Australia in less than a year. Currently Melbourne has a population of nearly 4 million inhabitants, and Sydney, 4 and half …

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MSU Choir Australian Tour Blog – Day 6

Today is a travel day back to Sydney. Temperatures in Canberra this morning were cold enough to see your breath in the air. We will stay in Sydney tonight, the same hotel that we stayed the first 3 days in Australia, to take a plane tomorrow to Melbourne, the 2nd largest city in Australia. Before leaving Canberra, we made two …

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MSU Choir Australian Tour Blog – Day 5

The Morgan State University Choir is touring through Australia. Choir Director Dr. Eric Conway is blogging about the choir’s travels and experiences throughout the trip. Today was a day to see additional sites in Canberra, Australia’s capital city, and to present a concert at The Australian National University, in Canberra. We left the hotel early not to return until after …

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MSU Choir Australian Tour Blog – Day 4

The Morgan State University Choir is touring through Australia. Choir Director Dr. Eric Conway is blogging about the choir’s travels and experiences throughout the trip. G’day Mate! Today was a travel day to Canberra, Australia – pronounced Can-bra. Canberra is Australia’s capital city and the home of Australia’s parliament. Much like our own U.S. capital, Canberra is a territory, not …

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