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Title Wave or Title IX : What you should know about Goucher’s Policy

Article By: Elaine Millas This fall, fear levels are rising among many on Goucher’s campus concerning changes announced by the federal administration. The first “Town Hall,” sponsored by the Goucher Student Government and the Office of Student Engagement, had panel speakers from various faculty and staff members providing information and answering questioning about different political

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Gophers Up in Smoke

Article Written By: Nikita Golizdra  March 8th, 2017 marked the date of the first smoking policy initiative meeting. Taking place at the conference room in Dorsey, the “working group” outlined the first strategies that moved Goucher towards a smoke-free campus. The “working group” was assembled in response to recent student hospitalizations due to respiratory complications

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An Apple a Day keeps the Doctor away

Written By: Michael Savich Apple CEO Tim Cook paced across the stage at the newly opened Steve Jobs theater, located in Apple’s equally new Apple Park headquarters.“iPhone 8 [is] a new generation of iPhone, and a huge step forward. But we’re not stopping there. We do have one more thing,” Cook said. Apple had just

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Goucher students present at symposium

By: Teegan Macleod The Jewish Museum of Maryland held a symposium for students to come and speak on topics related to the Holocaust on Sunday, April 9th. More than 30 Goucher students were in attendance. They were from classes taught by Professor Uta Larkey and Martin Shuster which were Literature and Film of the Holocaust

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The real and personal (Baltimore City)

By: De’asia Ellis There have been 77 youth homicides in the last three months, 28 in the past 30 days, and two in the last week in Baltimore City. When will this stop? When will we have a sense of community restored? When will a parent not be apprehensive about their child walking to school

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Discussing the issues. An interview with Lee Block, student president candidate

By: Samantha Cooper Editor-in-Chief Goucher’s student elections are coming to a close at midnight on March 31st. This election comes at a particularly important time, as Goucher is in the midst of a transition: the campus is under construction, the curriculum is changing, and many new policies are under debate. These are things that are affecting

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Goucher’s track and field team races ahead

By: Will Pitts The outdoor track and field season for Goucher kicked offwith the University of Mary Washington College Meet in Fredricksburg, VA on Saturday, March 18th. But don’t be fooled. Although the outdoor season has just started, it’s merely the third leg of a much longer season that started all the way back in

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Story Telling by Queen Nur

By: Ali Gorson-Marrow On February 27th, in the Hyman Forum, Karen “Queen Nur” Abdul Malik performed her storytelling performance for a total of 40 listeners.  Queen Nur is a well-respected alumna of Goucher’s Master’s in Cultural Sustainability program, president of the National Association of Black Storytellers, a mother of three, and a grandmother of two.

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Post-election Story Circle shows diversity

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

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