By: Ben Salom Until the academic year of 2017, Goucher College’s on-campus dining options were somewhat sprawling for such a small school. There was the primary Stimson Dining Hall, a smaller secondary dining hall in Heubeck Hall, a retail style food store in the Pearlstone Student Center, and Alice’s cafe in the Athenaeum. However, the
By: Kianna Haskin In the fall of 2017, a new curriculum will be implemented here at Goucher College. The new curriculum is targeted at the incoming first years, in the fall. There will also be credit changes and a new schedule grid, and these aspects of the redesign will affect the current student body. The
By: Michael Savich Last summer Pokémon GO launched on iOS and Android, kicking off a global cicada-like phenomenon that had people across the globe emerging from their nests to play outside. That month passed like a strange dream, to the point that I’m still debating whether it actually happened. Almost a year has passed since
By: De’asia Ellis I graduated from Frederick Douglass High School last school year (class of 2016) in Baltimore City and that is one of the main reasons I asked them to help me with this piece. I love the city that I am from, it has helped mold me into who I am today. I
By: Will Pitts In August 2016, Goucher College announced a three-year sponsorship deal with athletic apparel supplier Under Armour. Banners proclaimed the new partnership – featuring the brand-new Gopher logo, which was unveiled at the same time were hung all over Goucher’s campus, including Dorsey Center while merchandise emblazoned with the Under Armour logo appeared
By: Samantha Cooper Last semester, in Fall 2016, Goucher College announced that they were re-designing the school’s mascot. The new mascot is a stylized blue and yellow gopher, however the full design has not yet been released. In a statement released to The Goucher Eye, Director of Athletics Geoffrey Miller said, due to the changes made there
By: Carol Blyskal It’s my second semester of senior year at Goucher College. I am taking have two capstone classes, and three two hundred level classes that I’m taking in order to get my course requirements out of the way. I’m working odd jobs on weekends, and I’m searching for full-time employment on top of
Article By: Samantha Cooper Uber has made the news in recent weeks due to the CEO’s position on the Trump board, which he later stepped down from and for the breaking the taxi strike during a protest regarding Trump’s immigration ban. Admittedly, I didn’t delete Uber then; I didn’t think that switching over to
Michael Savich is obsessed with the future.Fascinated by tech ever since a Game Boy blew his six year old mind,Michael continues to cover what’s next. Occasionally too talkative, often writes too much.
Born and raised in central Vermont, Kianna has always had a passion for writing. She is very proud to be half Filipino and loves to be adventurous, especially when it comes to food. She is a Communications Major with hopes of combining photojournalism, her love of art, food, and creative writing into a career.