Eye to Eye Podcast: Sam Anderson (Ep. 11)

Hosted and Produced by Kylie Miller. Eye to Eye is back for the fall 2019 semester! Eye to Eye is a weekly Goucher Eye Podcast that features members of the Goucher community. The eleventh episode features Sam Anderson. If you’re interested in being featured on Eye to Eye or would like to nominate someone, send

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Goucher Library No Longer Open 24/7

Article written by Kylie Miller. This month marks ten years since the Athenaeum opened in September of 2009. The $48 million building is home to Goucher’s Library, Silber Art Gallery, Alice’s Restaurant, Goucher Student Radio, and more. The Athenaeum has always been open for students to access it 24 hours a day, 7 days a

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Colorism

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

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Equipment Failure Brings Power Outage to First Year Village, Froelicher Hall

Article and Photos by : Ben Libeskind   The First Year Village with short-term emergency lighting after the outage began. The Froelicher Hall buildings on Thursday, approximately one hour after losing power. The site of the power failure being prepared for the generator during the outage on Thursday. Public Safety and Facilities Management Services responded

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A Response to Student Criticism of My Political Expression

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.

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