Category: Article

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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Equipment Failure Brings Power Outage to First Year Village, Froelicher Hall

Article and Photos by : Ben Libeskind   The First Year Village with short-term emergency lighting after the outage began. The Froelicher Hall buildings on Thursday, approximately one hour after losing power. The site of the power failure being prepared for the generator during the outage on Thursday. Public Safety and Facilities Management Services responded

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Anti-Black Hate Crime on Campus Sparks Demonstrations

Article by Ben Libeskind Photos by Thomas Gernon   For Adam Jones ‘20, Wednesday morning started with a knock on his door at approximately 5:30 am. It was the Baltimore City Police Department. At first, they asked was if he was okay. The reason: graffiti depicting a slur stating that “I’m gonna kill all n*****s”

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Friday Evening “Siren” Noise Rings Through Campus

Article by: Ben Libeskind    Concrete Work at the Hampton Plaza building generated a siren-like noise that could be heard throughout campus A shot blasting machine preparing the concrete surface on level A of the Hampton Plaza parking garage. Students, faculty, and staff on campus the evening of Friday October 19th between 6:00pm and 9:00pm

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2018 National March Against Rape Culture in Washington D.C.

Video by Ben Libeskind  Article by Jemma Harris  At nine in the morning at Farragut Park on a sunny spring Saturday, one might expect a better turnout than only thirty-nine people. Unfortunately, even good weather couldn’t mitigate the longstanding recalcitrance and discomfort that the frank usage of the word rape instills in most people, and

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Goucher Says Farewell to Professors

Article by Joshua Greenberg Contributor: Talia Military of the Quindecim  Special Thanks to Chief-Editor Maddie St. John and the Quindecim Newspaper  Throughout the duration of a college, professors come and go, leaving behind legacies that carry their names forward. Sadly, it is time to say goodbye to several committed faculty members of Goucher College. In

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On the Horizon: Changes for the 2018-2019 School Year

Photo Credit: Goucher College Article by Kylie Miller As Goucher is closing in on the end of the 2017-2018 school year, there is a lot of buzz about what will be different in the fall. Many changes are in the works and here is the lowdown of what’s on the horizon. Construction There have been

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Baltimore County Fire Department Responds to Two Incidents on Campus Within 12 Hours

  Article and Photos by Ben Libeskind  An afternoon brush fire was the second fire department call of Tuesday on the Goucher campus after a smoking grease containment unit set off an alarm in Heubeck Hall before sunrise.  On Tuesday at 1:50pm, the Goucher College Office of Public Safety was alerted to a brush fire

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The Van Set to Permanently Close

Article by Paige Smith Remember walking to Van Meter excited for your beloved croissants and coffee in the morning? Remember being in class and needing a pick me up after catching yourself falling asleep in Zurawik’s 8 am? Remember walking into Van Meter yelling, “Good morning Ms. Tina!”? Well, say goodbye to that come Fall

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Gallup 2017 College Student Survey: “Crisis of Confidence” Among Students Entering the Workforce

Article by Josh Greenberg  A survey of 32,585 students across 43 randomly selected colleges and universities conducted in 2017 was released by Gallup in January with some alarming results. The results are based on web surveys conducted March 21-May 8, 2017. The margin of sampling error is ±0.8% at the 95% confidence level, and the

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