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INSIDE MOREHOUSE, SEPTEMBER 2008
Inside Morehouse is
about the people who
make up the Morehouse
To tell those stories,
WE NEED YOU
to send us your ideas,
comments and thoughts,
along with your news,
information about your new
books or publications and
your commentary for
sections like My Word.
To send us your information,
contact Inside Morehouse
Editor Add Seymour Jr. at
For more up-to-the minute
information about academic
financial aid, as well as
the people and places at
Morehouse College, go to
Director of Public Relations
Toni O'Neal Mosley
Vickie G. Hampton
Add Seymour Jr.
Julie Pinkney Tongue
Inside Morehouse is
published monthly during
the academic year by
Office of Communications,
Office of Institutional
expressed in Inside
Morehouse are those of
the authors, not
necessarily of the College.
FROM THE EDITOR:
The most interesting part of the
beginning of every school year is the
sense of newness and change -
changing faces, new facilities and
As you can see, Inside Morehouse
has become part of that sense of
change as the publication has
switched to a tabloid format.
The new format for Inside More
house accomplishes several things.
First, it provides the space we need
to tell more of the great stories of
achievement and general interest
found throughout the campus.
Secondly, the expanded format
helps with our newly expanded
readership. Nearly 1,500 copies
of Inside Morehouse now will
be mailed to key donors and
supporters. And finally, during this
time of budgetary considerations,
this larger format allows us to de
liver a lot more great news with just
one issue per month, from our
previous twice-monthly schedule.
That will result in a significant
savings for the College.
The primary mission of Inside
Morehouse is to promote commu
nity within the Morehouse family,
both on and off campus. And just
as before, we pledge to give the
College a Morehouse community
newsletter that boldly highlights
and spotlights the honors and many
activities that go on here each day.
There are also new sections, such
as What I Do, which introduces the
College community to someone at
Morehouse and allows that person,
in their own words, to talk about
their duties here.
Inside Morehouse will also help
point readers to the College’s
website, www.morehouse.edu, as a
further source of information about
Morehouse, allowing the two
entities to work hand-in-hand in
giving you an even broader picture
of what is going on here.
So what you are holding and will
be seeing the beginning of each
month will be a larger, bolder and
brighter publication. However, your
involvement will be critical in the
continued success of Inside More
house. Not only are you highly en
couraged to contact us about your
activities, news and thoughts to sec
tions such as Take Note and My
Word, but contact us about your
events so we can include them in
our comprehensive calendar of
events. And let us know what you
think about the new format.
You can email me directly at
firstname.lastname@example.org or reach
me by phone at (404) 572-3690. Or
if you see me around campus, stop
and introduce yourself. I look
forward to hearing from you.
Many thanks go out to my Office
of Communications colleagues
(Toni O’Neal Mosley, Vickie G.
Hampton, Elise Durham, Julie
Tongue, Minnie Jackson, Kara
Walker and Hana Chelikowsky) for
their help in the format change in
format and being an integral
staple each month in the success of
But the bulk of the thanks go to
you, the reader. You’ve asked for an
excellent publication that truly
represents the soul of Morehouse
College. This is what we will work
to make sure you have each month.
Add Seymour Jr.
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