Morgan State University to add fencing, be ‘less of an open campus’ following shooting that wounded five

Tuesday, October 10, 2023
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The footprint of Morgan State University will resemble “less of an open campus” with the addition of 8,000 feet of fencing following a homecoming week shooting that left five people wounded, President David Wilson said Tuesday evening. The announcement of a security barrier, which would enclose 90% of the campus, came one week after an alarming Oct. 3 shooting incident at the historically Black institution.

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