Photo Credit: The Launch Pod By Amanda Parisse You walk the streets late at night with ease I speed walk, gripping my pepper spray tight You take off your shirt in 90 degree weather and go about unscathed I wear a tank top and get groped on the subway You fight for a […]
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By: Amanda Parisse Goucher hosted Take Back the Night, an event meant to bring awareness and to empower survivors of sexual assault, on Friday, April 21. This inclusive sexual assault awareness campaign is meant to be a safe way for survivors to speak out about their experiences with a supportive community. Traditionally, the phrase […]
By: Amanda Parisse and Ali Gorson-Morrow In the past few months, there has been an increase in sexual assaults from the dating apps, Tinder and Grindr involving Goucher students. Due to this safety concern, Goucher’s Public Safety Director David Heffer sent out an email regarding increased sexual assaults that had occurred outside the college […]
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: 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 […]