Category: Features

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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Ruddy Roye’s When Living is a Protest @ Silber Gallery

Article by Tyler Harris  Video by Krysis Sabater  “When Living in Protest” is an art gallery in Silber Gallery in the Athenaeum that features 33 images photographed by Jamaican-born photographer and alumni Ruddy Roye ’98. From a vivid perspective, Roye documents the riveting and realistic look on inner-city life and being black in America from

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Resurgence for Nostalgia: Part 2

Article by Collin Lyle  Among the ever-rising number of failed attempts to recapture nostalgia ,there have definitely been some successes. One of the most prominent of these successes was made by what was once comprised of just a two-brother studio. In 2001 the UK based company called Jagex releases the soon to be runaway success

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Making Science Palpable: Improving the Everyday

Article by Britton Shortle  Everyone loves tie dying t-shirts, but what people don’t know is that a lot of chemistry is involved with dyeing clothes. Every dye is chemically made specifically to be a chosen color, and different chemicals produce different colors. While most dyes have specific chemical makeups for colors, most of them have

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Video Game Roundup Review: Platformers Special Part 3

Article by Michael Savich  Video Game Roundup Review Hello, Michael Savich here, a writer for the Goucher Eye. As the local cyber-hipster, I play a lot of smaller, quirky games that nevertheless deserve a shoutout. The idea here is that if you see a game that interests you, you should feel free to look it

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Goucher Dance: How Dancers Tackle a Particularly Challenging Performance

Article by: Harmony Jackson This weekend is the Goucher Repertory Dance Ensemble performance which will include four pieces choreographed by both faculty and guest artists; Faultline, The Rapture, Race, and Prayers. It is an exciting time for dancers because this means that their semester-long work will finally be presented to the public. For some, this is

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Transportation Corner: Qantas Dreams Big With the Dreamliner

What the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and future aircraft could mean for Qantas’ aspirations of ultra long haul flights. PICTURED ABOVE: VH-ZND ‘Yam Dreaming’, the special livery 787-9 Dreamliner that completed the first Perth to London nonstop flight. (Image from Australian Business Traveller) Article by Ben Libeskind March 24th saw a big dream come true for Qantas,

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Video: Rosewood State Training School in Owings Mills

Video by Joel Nadler  Rosewood Training Center was established in 1888 as the Asylum and Training School for the Feeble-Minded. From 1912 to 1961, it was known as the Rosewood State Training School.  The state closed the facility in 2009 after receiving a ton of complaints involving understaffing, patient abuse, and neglect.  Today, Stevenson University plans

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From May Day to GIG: The History of Get into Goucher

Article by Kylie Miller  One of the most anticipated events of the spring semester at Goucher College is GIG, short for Get Into Goucher Day. GIG is coming up this Friday and is sure to be fun filled with food, live music, inflatables, and the best part—no classes after noon! The tradition of GIG started

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