Morehouse College

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Community Spotlight: Isaac Eaves

I translated my passion for service and interest in international travel into service as Peace Corps Volunteer. Continue reading


Here are a few photos taken from our previous walks.  We had great showing of support from members from Little Black Village Culture Club, Southern Association of Black Peace Corps Volunteers, East Region Peace Corps Office (Atlanta), Atlanta Area Returned Peace Corps Volunteers and Morehouse students in the past and we hope that continues this … Continue reading

The Importance of Minority Traveling

The Importance of Minority Traveling By Addison DeMoss I am Addison DeMoss, a recent graduate of Morehouse College and a future Peace Corps volunteer. Throughout my life, I have been fascinated with the idea of traveling and discovering new cultures. Because of the opportunities presented to me, I have been fortunate to visit places such … Continue reading

Community Spotlight with Addison DeMoss

Community Spotlight with Addison DeMoss Respect, Patience, Hard Work, and Perseverance by Addison DeMoss Greetings, I am Addison DeMoss a senior Political Science major currently attending Morehouse College and I am originally from Nashville, Tennessee. While enrolled in High school I was involved in a variety of extracurricular activities. I attended an art school called … Continue reading

Community Spotlight with Timothy Washington

Community Spotlight with Timothy Washington By Sabrina Cherry I kept trying to find something else to say to describe Mr. Timothy Washington … something more masculine! But all I keep coming up with is bruised but not broken. When I sat down to interview Mr. Washington, I wasn’t exactly sure what I was in for. … Continue reading

Community Spotlight with Julius E. Coles

Community Spotlight with Julius E. Coles Promoting the Global Community By Sabrina Cherry There are moments when I think “wow, I’ve done a lot in my short life.” And then I encounter people like Mr. Coles and receive a reality check. It’s during these encounters that I vacillate between feeling like I have sooo much … Continue reading

Volunteerism Takes Center Stage at Morehouse College

 Volunteerism Takes Center Stage at Morehouse College by Michael Orlando Moncrieffe  With today’s national minority unemployment rate hovering in the double digits, students were presented an option with the Peace Corps. A panel discussion held at Morehouse College on November 26th introduced students to post graduation alternatives. This year’s event was well attended by friends, … Continue reading

Community Spotlight with Samuel Cockfield

From the Rock to the House Judge not by the harvest you reap, but by the seeds you plant Robert Louis Stevenson When I have interfaced with my friends who attended Morehouse College, they tend to refer to themselves as Morehouse Men and/or talk about how Morehouse helped make and shape them into men. I … Continue reading

Preparing College Students for the Global Marketplace

Going Global: CAU Alumnus Has a Mission to Prepare College Students for the Global Marketplace Before beginning his career in higher education, Anthony Louis Pinder (CAU ’12) spent nearly 15 years as a senior manager in the international affairs/development sector with the U.S. Peace Corps (in Central Africa, South America and Washington, D.C.), the African … Continue reading

Getting our youth involved in special causes: AIDS WALK ATLANTA 2011

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