Article and Photos by Johanna Zipp Wednesday March 21st marked the 2nd day of spring, but for those living in the Northeast, it became apparent that winter had unfinished business. Baltimore County felt more like a ghost town since all schools and businesses were closed due to a winter storm warning that was put in
Photo-Essay by Thomas Gernon For most Goucher students, the construction on campus seems like the bane of their existence, a giant looming eyesore that inconveniences them more than anything else. Few, if any students, would say they like the construction and at the start of the year, I counted myself among the haters. But as
Photos by Thomas Gernon Check out some photos from Maryland Governor Larry Hogan’s visit to Goucher.
Photos and article by Ben Libeskind On Friday March 2nd, the Baltimore/Washington D.C. area experienced high winds reaching up to 70mph as reported by the National Weather Service. MARC and VRE commuter rail services were cancelled and power outages affected 700,000 in the D.C. area. Students at Goucher reported a series of brief power outages lasting
Photographs Captured by Brianna Moulton Brianna Moulton, class of 2019, has captured pictures of the Goucher Fox for the past eight months. As winter weather approaches and we search for warmth and comfort, “Swippy” is as well.
By: Lauren Pirrung The end of the spring semester in Maryland always calls for warmer weather, shorter clothing, and lots of skin showing. On Goucher’s campus, it’s not uncommon to see tattoos making their debut. You may see Goucher students displaying their ink on Van Meter while they’re making their way to class, or on
Photographs Captured by: Kianna Haskin Thousands of people gathered in Washington D.C. to march for the environment on April 29th. The People’s Climate March was organized by the People’s Climate Movement, which is a “a project of dozens of organizations working together to solve the climate crisis” according to the website. The movement began in 2014
By: Samantha Cooper Former Goucher students gathered at the school beginning on Friday, April 28 for the annual Alumnae/i weekend. The weekend is scheduled to the brim with activities for the former gophers. The gathering kicked off with a beer garden for both alumni and current Goucher students on the patio of the Alumnae/i center. The Goucher
Photographs captured by: Kianna Haskin and Ben Salom Article written by: Sam Cooper Holi is a Hindu festival known as “the festival of colors” and is celebrated in spring. The holiday is meant to celebrate the arrival of spring, as well as the triumph of good over evil. Part of the holiday involves people throwing colored
Photographs captured by Kianna Haskin and Ben Salom