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Mark Anthony Green '08's debut exhibit, VIBES ARE THE ONLY CURRENCY, at Poppington Gallery

On Sunday, March 9th New York’s fashion and music luminaries joined GQ editor/Brooklyn-artist, Mark Anthony Green, at the opening party for his debut exhibition,&


It’s Founders Week at Morehouse College! 

Morehouse was founded on February 14, 1867 in Augusta, GA. Throughout the week, we’ll be sharing images of the college’s glorious past to celebrate.

Today’s picture is of the most iconic building on campus, Samuel T. Graves Hall. When it was built, the entire college was housed in this building; classrooms, cafeteria, dorm rooms, president’s residence etc.. At the bottom, there were even stables! 

Morehouse has progressed and expanded over the years and has a global reach and scope that is second to none. 

From Morehouse, we change the world.



In commemoration of the 25th anniversary of his cult classic ‘School Daze’, Spike Lee ‘79 spoke at the Emma and Joe Adams Concert Hall at the Ray Charles Performing Arts Center at Morehouse last night. Jasmine Guy was also in attendance, much to the delight of the crowd.

He discussed a range of topics including plans for another film about black college life in the very near future.

From Morehouse, we change the world.




Some of the world’s largest and deepest ecologically diverse freshwater masses give name to the Great Lakes Region of southeastern Africa.  But years of conflict over those natural resources, violent ethnic tensions and other issues have led to the destabilization of the area.

The Howard G. Buffett Foundation is looking to Morehouse for help in developing a new breed of leadership for the region.

The Foundation has given Morehouse $1 million to establish the Rugari Scholarship Program to educate young men who live in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, Burundi and, Uganda.  Eventually, the future Morehouse Men are expected to help lead the region forward.

“We’re working on peace and Morehouse has a legacy of peace,” Buffett said. “So we felt that what we wanted to do was build on that legacy. Plus, Julius Coles [executive director of the Andrew Young Center for Global Education] has this great program here and [Morehouse trustee] Ambassador Andrew Young is a very unique individual.  So we felt like Morehouse had all of the components to hopefully contribute to some success.”

Selected by a Morehouse panel of faculty, staff and administrators, the students will come to Morehouse on full scholarships to focus on general education studies for their first two years and then a mix of political science, economics, sociology and history their final two years.  They also will be strongly urged to minor in leadership studies.

After graduation, the students will return to their home nations, where they will put their Morehouse education to work in bettering the region.

“We are looking for leaders with vision, leaders with a purpose and leaders with a social mandate,” Coles said.  “This is what I think Morehouse can bring.  The Buffett Foundation was very pleased to be able to give us the funds because we have a proven record of training leaders, not only for the United States, but for Africa and the world.”

The first Rugari Scholars start classes in fall 2014.  But just as noteworthy, said President John Silvanus Wilson Jr. ’79, is the program starts an important partnership with the Buffett family.

“It’s pretty clear that this is a relationship,” Wilson said.  “…there are many ways that Morehouse College and the Buffett family are going to work together to meet some mutually beneficial goals that both sides have in mind.”
- From the Morehouse News Center



The Morehouse College Maroon Tigers have won 8 straight games and are number 1 in the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference’s Eastern Division (9-5, 7-0)!

Remaining Schedule:
1.26.13 - Morehouse v. Benedict 3:30pm Forbes Arena - HOME
1.28.13 - Morehouse v. Paine 7:30pm Forbes Arena - HOME
1.31.13 - Morehouse @ Fort Valley 7:30pm - AWAY
2.02.13 - Morehouse @ CAU 6pm - AWAY
2.04.13 - Morehouse v. Albany State 7:30pm - HOME
2.07.13 - Morehouse @ Tuskegee 7:30pm - AWAY
2.09.13 - Morehouse v. Claflin 3:30pm - HOME
2.14.13 - Morehouse @ Benedict 7:30pm - AWAY
2.16.13 - Morehouse @ Paine 7pm - AWAY
2.18.13 - Morehouse v. Fort Valley 7:30pm - HOME
2.21.13 - Morehouse @ Albany State 7:30pm - AWAY
2.23.13 - Morehouse v. CAU 3:30pm - HOME

From Morehouse, we change the world.

LLC Anthem - Morehouse College

There is a great deal of talent in LLC Residence Hall. See for yourself. Download song below: Mixed and Arrange…

The Men of LLC at Morehouse College made a song to illustrate their pride in their residence hall, and in Morehouse. Creativity abounds at Morehouse, and this video is just a glimpse of the talent that lives at 830 Westview Drive. 



A Little Taste of College Life: Greek Shows

Last night, the newest initiates of the Alpha Rho Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. were unveiled before well-wishers, supporters and onlookers. As usual, the event was held in front of the Martin Luther King, Jr. International Chapel, and was well attended and executed in a highly spirited manner.

Events like these are yet another part of the unique student experience at Morehouse. In addition to Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Morehouse also has chapters of other fraternal organizations such as:

  • Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. - Pi Chapter
  • Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. - Psi Chapter
  • Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. - Chi Chapter
  • Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. - Alpha Pi Chapter 
  • Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity of America, Inc. - Xi Eta Chapter
  • Groove Phi Groove Social Fellowship - Tiger VI Ma'at

Events and opportunities like these make social life on campus richer and fuller, and yet another reason why ‘From Morehouse we change the world.’

Photos by Jalen Anthony Law '15.