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Originally published November 28, 2012

Morgan State University Breaks Ground on New Business Complex

by AFRO Staff

    From left, Dr. Otis Thomas, dean; City Councilman Robert Curran, Black Enterprise publisher Earl G. Graves (For whom school is named), MSU President David Wilson, State Sen. Joan Carter Conway and Board of Regents Chairman Dallas Evans. (Courtesy Photo)
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Morgan State University broke ground, Nov. 28, on the new home of its Earl G. Graves School of Business and Management. More than 50 legislators, alumni, faculty, staff and students were on hand to see the university's first expansion project in the Northwood Shopping Center, an area rich in city and Morgan history as a central area for civil rights demonstrations led by Morgan students and graduates. 



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