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By now you should be settled and ready to start 2008 with a bang! First order of business – there will be a STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS MEETING ON WEDNESDAY, FEBURARY 6TH @ 3 P.M. IN ROOM 210B. This meeting is MANDATORY! A representative must be in attendance from every organization. If not, you will lose your reservations for the next 30 days.
The University Student Center & the Office of Student Activities has been working hard!
Have you noticed the new format of the plasma screens?
Check them out – You can now have your flyers posted electronically!
Also view the news, weather, the spring movie schedule, academic calendar, daily events and much more!
Did you know the on-line calendar is working again???
Yep, see if your event requests have been approved on-line from the calendar link in the top right corner of www.morgan.edu
Black History Month
o Friday, February 1st - Pick up a free Legacy Magazine at the USC Information Desk
o Wednesday, February 6th – Organizations Day: Wear paraphernalia representing your organization. Black organizations were the catalyst to many of the movements that aided in improving the overall lives of African Americans.
o Wednesday, February 13th – Morgan: We are the Bears! - Wear Morgan paraphernalia to celebrate our illustrious heritage and to honor those Morganites who paved the way for all of us to be here today.
o February 12-14 - “Shades of Black: A Thought in Progress” a play sponsored by ORL (USC Theatre)
The James E. Lewis Museum of Art proudly presents EPOCH: The Legacy & Influence of Six Morgan Alumni. The exhibition runs from February 2 through March 1, and celebrates more than 50 years of visual arts education at Morgan State University . The exhibit features the work of:
• Randall Craig (Class of 1955)
• Reva Goodwin Lewie (1956)
• Robert Reed (1958)
• Virginia Evans Smit (1958)
• Lawrence Sykes (1955)
• Jack White (1958)
EPOCH presents over fifty works by these artists and includes a diverse range of sculptures, paintings, photographs, drawings, prints and portraits in mixed media.
o Morgan State 7th Annual African Film Festival
The Morgan State University Departments of African Studies and Geography and History present the seventh annual African Film Festival on February 12-14, 2008 in room 101 of the University’s New Communications Center . Viewings on February 12th and 13th begin at 5:00 pm and on February 14th at 11:00 a.m. This event is free and open to the public.
Morgan Cinema: Black Movie Festival
o Week of 2/4: Why Did I Get Married? & Beloved
o Week of 2/11: A Time to Kill
o Week of 2/18: American Gangster & Crash
o Week of 2/25: The True Story of Emmett Till & Panther
Movies are FREE w/ BEAR card!!!!
Coming in March: Saw 4, I Am Legend, National Treasure 2, and Walk Hard
Coming in April: The Great Debaters, First Sunday, Cloverfield and Rambo
A huge Black history month announcement coming soon!
Coming this semester:
Ø “The Vagina Monologues”
Back by popular demand!!!! March 4, 5, and 6 @ the USC Theatre
AfroFlow is a hip-hop/spoken word event that is guaranteed to rock the campus! This event will take place March 12 @ 7 p.m. in the Calvin & Tina Tyler Ballroom – FREE!
Ø Pride and Soul: GLBT Awareness Week (3/31 – 4/4) Details coming soon!
Ø International Students Week: A Cultural Celebration (4/14 – 4/19) Details coming soon!
This month, take time to remember the DREAM – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Remember the gentle giant who touched hundreds of lives, Mr. Femi Alabi.
“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.”
- Martin Luther King, Jr.
Toya G. Corbett
Office of Student Activities
University Student Center, 312
1700 E. Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, MD 21251
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