By: Samantha Cooper
By: Will Pitts In this video, Goucher Eye reporter Will Pitts asks average Goucher students about their knowledge of the school’s athletic programs. (Correction: The men’s tennis team ADVANCED to the conference… Read more On the street: What do students know about sports on campus? →
By: Lillian Margola On April 29, 2017 thousands of people came together in Washington D.C. for the People’s Climate March. This march was to protest the treatment of the environment… Read more Viewing the Climate March →
By: Jade Mobbs UMOJA Fashion Show 2017 hit the runway at Goucher on Sunday April 23, bringing with it a flurry of designs. The event took place in the Hyman… Read more Goucher’s got style →
By: Jade Mobbs As my study abroad experience in America draws even closer to its end, my first and only GIG was almost too much fun. Now, Goucher has finally… Read more GIG-The study abroad perspective →
Video Captured and Article Written By: Kianna Haskin Sunday afternoon in the Hyman forum, Goucher Student government senate and president candidates for 2017 – 2018 school year had a debate about important topics regarding Goucher students’ concerns. These topics were decided by a poll sent out to Goucher students via e-mail. Senate Candidates are Dylan Margolis, Ahmed Ibrahim, William Kinsely-Durham, Patricia Osighala, and Francie Cook. Ibrahim did not speak at the debate. President Candidates are Lee Block and Lancelot Naipier-Kane. Block did not take part in the debate. Current President Lydell… Read more Senate and President Debates →
By: Katie Van Note The Goucher women and men’s ultimate frisbee teams impressed at the spring break tournament, High Tide, in South Carolina last week. The women’s team walked away… Read more Ultimate Frisbee highlights →
By: Samantha Cooper and Kianna Haskin These videos were taken at a gathering outside Baltimore City Hall organized to protest budget cuts to the Baltimore Public School system.