School of Global Journalism & Communication

WEAA is a division of the School of Global Journalism & Communication at Morgan State University

WEAA offers a unique opportunity for students to gain the experience of industry experts in the field of journalism by becoming assignment reporters. Students will be assigned stories that will offer them the experience of professional journalists by following leads, writing scripts, interviewing subjects, and editing vignettes.

Today, the mission of Morgan State University's School of Global Journalism & Communication is to give a voice to a broader group of people - people who struggle to contribute to the public discourse that shapes this nation and the world. We serve this cause with innovative teaching, cutting edge research, and exemplary service to Maryland, our nation, and the world.

Our goal is to add to the diversity of thoughts, opinions and beliefs by offering students from a wide range of backgrounds the liberal arts education and skills training they need to effectively communicate ideas - to plead their own causes, or to accurately tell the stories of others.

In our global school, students travel the world in their classes and assignments, without leaving the campus. They also see the world through their interactions with our partner programs at universities in distant lands - and they are offered opportunities to travel abroad in our Worldwide Learning Lab program.

The great advances in technology have turned the world into a global village. The goal of our school is to make our graduates effective communicators in every way - and every corner of this village.

 

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Morgan News Hour: 9-13-2021

Sep 14, 2021

The student-led production covers everything within the Morgan Mile to the Baltimore community at large.


SGJC Freshman House Party

Sep 13, 2021

The School of Global Journalism & Communication is hosting a Freshman House Party to welcome all incoming students to Morgan State University!


Come party with us, meet with the Dean & faculty, enjoy lunch, games, giveaways & find out how you can be featured on WEAA’s newest show, The Morgan News Hour. 

  

Morgan News Hour: 9-9-2021

Sep 10, 2021

The student-led production covers everything within the Morgan Mile to the Baltimore community at large.


Morgan News Hour: 9-7-2021

Sep 8, 2021


Morgan News Hour: 9-3-2021

Sep 7, 2021


Hosts Lamont Germany and Cayla Sweazie are joined by Morgan State football coach Tyrone Wheatley, Morgan State volleyball coach Ramona Riley-Bozier and senior volleyball player Kendal Hoges who discuss their-season openers and look ahead to the return of NCAA Division I sports on campus.

 

COVID-19 screening protocols questioned across Morgan State campus

Sep 3, 2021
Jordan D. Brown, MSU Spokesman

Morgan State University’s COVID-19 screening protocols have sparked questions between both students and faculty. As classes resumed last week, various systems have been put in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The university announced individuals would use a health screening app, GatherSmart, to monitor COVID-19 symptoms and possible exposure across campus starting Aug. 2.

Morgan News Hour: 9-2-2021

Sep 3, 2021

Morgan News Hour: 9-1-2021

Sep 2, 2021

Morgan News Hour: 8-31-2021

Sep 1, 2021

Morgan State: 5 positive COVID-19 cases detected in the first week of classes

Aug 31, 2021
themsuspokesman.com

Morgan State University reported five positive COVID-19 cases on campus within the first week of classes.

On Thursday afternoon, President David Wilson stated two of the individuals were unvaccinated and exempt from the vaccine requirement due to medical and religious reasons.

“Based on my conversation with Dr Banks, both of those [positives] were for unvaccinated people, individuals who had gotten the exemption,” Wilson said.

Morgan News Hour: 8-26-2021

Aug 30, 2021

Morgan News Hour: 8-25-2021

Aug 26, 2021

Morgan News Hour: 8-24-2021

Aug 25, 2021

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