Eye to Eye Podcast: Marie Mokuba (Ep. 13)

Hosted and Produced by Kylie Miller. Eye to Eye is a weekly Goucher Eye Podcast that features members of the Goucher community. The 13th episode features Marie Mokuba, a junior Individualized Interdisciplinary Major (IIM). If you’re interested in being featured on Eye to Eye or would like to nominate someone, send an email to gouchereye@gmail.com.

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Town Hall Addresses Pagliaro Selz Anti-Vax Controversy

Article written by Kylie Miller and Jamie Nguyen. Questions and concerns are being raised over Goucher College’s second-largest donors; Lisa Pagliaro Selz, Goucher alumni and former Board of Trustees member, and her husband, Bernard Selz. A residence hall in the First-Year Village, Pagliaro Selz (P. Selz) Hall, is named after the couple. The Selz family

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InterConnect Students Celebrate the New School Year

Article by Jamie Nguyen. September might be nearly over, but celebrations for the new school year are still in full swing. On Friday, September 13th, Goucher’s InterConnect students gathered for a community dinner. Joined by Goucher’s Associate Director for International Students, Karen Sykes, students of InterConnect enjoyed a night filled with food and new connections.

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Gopher Greatness: Start of the Fall Sports Season

Article by Sammy Kaminsky. Making goals until you can’t stop, serving the volleyball at lightning speeds, and running faster and faster until reaching the finish line. Goucher College Fall sports are well underway, and student athletes have already begun to make their mark on the 2019 fall season.  The women’s volleyball team began their season

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Eye to Eye Podcast: Sam Anderson (Ep. 11)

Hosted and Produced by Kylie Miller. Eye to Eye is back for the fall 2019 semester! Eye to Eye is a weekly Goucher Eye Podcast that features members of the Goucher community. The eleventh episode features Sam Anderson. If you’re interested in being featured on Eye to Eye or would like to nominate someone, send

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Goucher Library No Longer Open 24/7

Article written by Kylie Miller. This month marks ten years since the Athenaeum opened in September of 2009. The $48 million building is home to Goucher’s Library, Silber Art Gallery, Alice’s Restaurant, Goucher Student Radio, and more. The Athenaeum has always been open for students to access it 24 hours a day, 7 days a

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Colorism

Article by: Josiah Meekins Racism is a concept that can affect many different types of minority communities.  Being apart from the African American community I know all too well how racism can destroy communities.  As minorities, we have a unique power to also destroy the community from the inside.  Colorism is a prejudice that has

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