Article written by Sam Stashower. Change comes gradually, especially in movies. It’s a generally accepted truism that Hollywood is always late to the uptake, always hopping on trends years (decades, even) after they’re relevant (hi, The Angry Birds Movie!) Only rarely does a single film come along and draw a line in the sand; a
Written by Sam Stashower. So, anyone remember Shaft? Yeah, there was another one of those earlier this year. You’d be forgiven for not remembering. By all accounts, it wasn’t very good. It seemed to just kind of come and go without much fuss. The one point of note was how interesting it was that there
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
Letter by: Timothy O’Farrell This is an open letter to the public expressing Timothy O’Farrell’s opinion regarding previous events on Goucher’s campus involving him and his political opinion. This letter includes direct quotes from the Gopher App. The Eye has granted anonymity to students involved. “Racist,” “Homophobe,” and “Transphobe”; those are three pretty aggressive words to describe someone.
Article by Alex Riefe. The 2019 Goucher Repertory Dance Ensemble Spring Concert entitled “Shape and Sound” debuted this past weekend. Audiences filed into the Kraushaar Auditorium at 7:30 for a non-stop presentation of four unique ballet and modern dances. The first piece, titled Lux Aurumque, was a ballet piece choreographed by a Goucher dance professor,
Article by: Tashi McQueen My opinion is based on my experience with these phrases in the context of the United States I cannot speak for what is experienced around the world with the terms I highlight in this article. “Language is and always will be an essential element in the struggle for understanding among peoples.
Article by: Connie D’Agostino Have you ever felt stuck on campus, limited by course options, or curious what life could have been like at another college? Do what I did and enroll in the Baltimore Student Exchange Program (BSEP). If you have never heard of it, you’re not alone – the BSEP is a well-kept
Article by: Kylie Miller Toddlers running around is typically not what comes to mind when picturing a college campus. Here at Goucher College, it is a fairly regular occurrence. Two-year-old Emma Magness can be seen all over campus interacting with Goucher students who she knows to be her friends. No, she is not a
Photo Credit: Goucher College Video by Emily Scheppegrell Students from the Class of 2021 reflect on what they have learned throughout their first year of college.
Photo Credit: Goucher College Article by Collin Lyle Within the recently completed Pagliaro Selz Residence Hall, there is one primary fire exit for all the floors that lead to the loop road closest to the President’s House. This fire exit has become a main point of traffic. Part of this issue is simply due to