I’m a first year majoring in Communications with a minor in Peace Studies. I hail from Los Angeles, California. I strongly believe that every news story has two sides. I mainly write about civil rights, politics, and government corruption. In the future, I hope to become a army correspondent for The New York Times.
By: Michael Savich Recent rumors that Apple has finished filming its own documentary series “Planet of the Apps” suggest it’s time for to peer into the crystal ball and figure out what it all means. For those who haven’t heard, Apple has been making efforts to produce more video content, Planet of the Apps is
By: Amanda Parisse Goucher College’s second “Story Circle” of the semester focused on the experiences of students during the aftermath of this year’s election. Three extremely diverse Goucher students were chosen to tell us about their personal post-election stories. I listened the inspiring memory of a young Hispanic student who still sees hope for the
By: Kianna Haskin On February 20, in the Hyman Forum, located in the Athenaeum, four of Goucher’s professors came together to discuss President Donald Trump’s election. President Donald Trump was the winner of the 2016 election. According to the New York Times, President Trump received three hundred and six electoral votes and Hillary Clinton obtained
By: Olivia Haynes This video was created by high school senior, Olivia Haynes a prospective Goucher student. It was part of the Philly Fringe Festival. She has kindly granted us permission to post it on the site.
By: Lauren Pirrung Goucher Women’s Lacrosse falls to Frostburg, 21-4. The team is looking to improve while battling the limitations of a young and small roster. Watch Glax at Beldon Field at 4:00, February 22nd for their home opener vs Marymount.
By: Samantha Cooper At the beginning of this school year, Pagliaro-Selz Hall opened, completing Goucher’s first phase of renovations. A website detailing the progress is available, and includes layout blue prints can be found here. When President José Bowen arrived at Goucher College in 2014 he asked to be taken around campus and shown all the
By: Shauna Wright The most accurate way I could describe what it is like to move across the country adapting to a new culture, educational system and increasing amount of fatty foods, would be to consider myself a fish out of water. I’m more than happy being a fish out of water which is rather
By: Katie Van Note What is often thought of as a common occurrence in city streets and university campuses was the topic of conversation at Goucher College this past week – bike theft. Goucher’s campus has always been relatively free of theft, violence, and vandalism. However, as with all college environments, Goucher is subject to
By: Jade Mobbs Flying into Baltimore on the day of Trump’s inauguration could perhaps be an accurate representation of what was going to come of my semester abroad. You know better than I do about how the election of this controversial president could affect the future of America and so I was aware flying from