Morgan State cancels homecoming activities following campus shooting
(Baltimore, MD) -- Morgan State University has announced the cancellation of most of its homecoming activities following Tuesday night's mass shooting.
University President Dr. David Wilson released the following message Wednesday afternoon:
”In response to last evening’s events, we are aggressively increasing security measures on campus, further amplifying additional security measures that have been implemented in recent years. Regarding Homecoming, regrettably for the very first time in Morgan’s history all activities planned around Homecoming will be either cancelled or postponed until the perpetrator(s) of this atrocity have been found and brought to justice…” said President Wilson.
Cancelled activities include: The Homecoming Concert, Silent Headphones Party, Homecoming Pep Rally, Homecoming Parade and all other on campus events including our Lady Bear Volleyball match.
Activities associated with Homecoming that have been postponed include: the Homecoming Football Game, the MSU 39th Annual Homecoming Gala.
The university has also canceled classes and activities for the rest of the week.
The shooting, that injured five, including four students, remains under investigation.
No arrests have been made.