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Day 6: The Beaches of Torremolinos and the Wonders of Malaga and Coin

While in Spain, our goal is to see as much of the country as possible. Today, we packed up our bags once again to tour the city of Malaga, before our next concert performance in the neighboring city of Coin. The further south we traveled, the more moderate and comfortable were the temperatures. On the way to Malaga, we stopped …

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SA+P Professors hosts Symposium on City’s Future

Baltimore City Planning Director, Tom Stosur, talks about City’s Green Network Plan This spring, the School of Architecture and Planning (SA+P) Professors Archana Sharma and Daniel Campo organized the symposium titled, “Greening and Making Baltimore: A Dream Referred” at the Center for the Built Environment and Infrastructure Studies (CBEIS). There were several dynamic speakers that shared their experiences and challenges in …

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Day 5: Toledo to Granada

After a very successful concert in the Teatro de Rojas in Toledo, we departed for Granada, Spain.  The name of the city was nostalgic for me, because my family had a Ford Granada back in the seventies which served us well.  We had a four hour drive to Granada ahead of us. In Spain, the coach bus travel is very …

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Day 4: Madrid to Toledo

After three very full days in Madrid, the entire group repacked and left for our next destination, Toledo,  a very historic city that was once the capital city of Spain. Typically in Europe, one will find many cities on hills, so that they may be at an advantageous position to defend against possible invasions. Toledo must be one of the …

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Day 3: Madrid

After a better night’s sleep, we woke up refreshed and ready for our first concert of the tour! We left our hotel at 9:30 AM for a tour of one of the most famous museums in the world – Museo Nacional Del Prado. We could quickly see why El Prado is one of the most important repositories of art in the …

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Day 2: Choir 2017 Spain/Portugal Tour

After an exhausting Day 1 in Madrid, we had a much simpler Day 2. We have been fortunate to have a rain-free forecast while in Madrid, the capital city in the center of Spain. The temperatures in Madrid have been at least ten degrees warmer than is typical for this time of year. Madrid is surprisingly near New York City …

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Day 1: The Choir Arrives Safely in Spain!

Greetings from Madrid, Spain: 9AM Monday morning we left via Reagan National, and Boston Logan airports for Madrid, Spain. For the first time in some time, everyone in our party was accounted for and departed relatively on time, with no airline delays, or anyone losing their luggage.  It appears that every time we fly to a new destination, we fly …

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SA+P Wins Big at Maryland ASLA Awards

On April 19, it was an excellent night for the Morgan State University Landscape Architecture program. Several students received awards/recognition at the Maryland American Society of Landscape Architects (MDASLA) Awards: 2017 University Olmsted Scholar (Morgan) — Samuel Quick 2017 Maryland ASLA Student Scholarship ($1000) — Samuel Quick 2017 Maryland ASLA Student Fellowship ($2000) — Chris Schoenster Presentation of, and Recognition …

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Former School of Engineering Dean Honored By His Alma Mater

Morgan State University congratulates Dr. Eugene DeLoatch, former dean of the university’s Clarence M. Mitchell School of Engineering for being selected by the President and Board of Trustees at Tougaloo College to receive the honorary Doctor of Humanities degree. Dr. DeLoatch was a dual degree graduate of Tougaloo College in Mississippi, where he received his baccalaureate degree in Mathematics in …

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Morgan State University Names College of Liberal Arts in Honor of Alumnus James H. Gilliam, Jr.

MSU Graduate’s Philanthropy Lifted His Alma Mater, Others Morgan State University President David Wilson, during a special ceremony held on the campus, named the university’s College of Liberal Arts (CLA) in honor of the late James H. Gilliam Jr., a prominent lawyer, financier, humanitarian and Morgan graduate. “Morgan’s liberal arts programs have cultivated many high achievers over our 150-year history, …

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