By: Amielia Gilbert Get into Goucher Day, is when the Goucher community comes together to celebrate being Gophers. This year’s GIG was hosted in the Athenaeum with inflatables, food, and live music. The weather definitely had an affect on how people experienced GIG this year. Other than being in the Athenaeum, students spent time in their
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By: Shauna Wright I was lucky enough to spend a previous weekend in the charming city of Chicago. Although, admittedly, the time of our flight wasn’t so charming. Unless you’re a morning person, that is? Knowing what was required, I made a brisk walk to Alice’s at 11:45pm for a medium vanilla latte. My eyes
By: Alegria M. Mendez Come, look at my hands, for here are the hands of a Latina, here are working hands, hands that like fine jewels or furs, I inherited from a long line of women that came before me, working hands that are soft, yet strong, like the many women before me.
By: Benji Gutsin The girl’s face lit up with utmost glee. “That one! I want to have that dream!” she said reaching out for the small vial. The Dream Peddler nodded and gave her a pat on the head. “Okay, little one, it’s yours. But you have to promise not to lose it.” They opened
Photo Provided by Google Images By Destiny Lugardo I saw artistes, once lingering by poolside recliners, now obliterated, ostracized, and agonized by persistent tragedies who stretched out to the threshold of the bed— waiting for amnesty and Two thousand words who succumbed by sturdy contrast to the misunderstandings of Zen meditation who became an investigator
Written By: Benji Gutsin “Murderer! Murderer!” a shrill voice screeched. The Dream Peddler looked up and around them. They were surrounded. “Grab them! Grab them! “Don’t let them get away!” “No, please you–– try to understand!” Red and black figures flashed through their vision as they looked around, afraid and scared. Everything seemed to be
By: Shauna Wright The most accurate way I could describe what it is like to move across the country adapting to a new culture, educational system and increasing amount of fatty foods, would be to consider myself a fish out of water. I’m more than happy being a fish out of water which is rather