Tag: Ben Libeskind

2018 National March Against Rape Culture in Washington D.C.

Video by Ben Libeskind  Article by Jemma Harris  At nine in the morning at Farragut Park on a sunny spring Saturday, one might expect a better turnout than only thirty-nine people. Unfortunately, even good weather couldn’t mitigate the longstanding recalcitrance and discomfort that the frank usage of the word rape instills in most people, and

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Baltimore County Fire Department Responds to Two Incidents on Campus Within 12 Hours

  Article and Photos by Ben Libeskind  An afternoon brush fire was the second fire department call of Tuesday on the Goucher campus after a smoking grease containment unit set off an alarm in Heubeck Hall before sunrise.  On Tuesday at 1:50pm, the Goucher College Office of Public Safety was alerted to a brush fire

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Transportation Corner: Qantas Dreams Big With the Dreamliner

What the Boeing 787 Dreamliner and future aircraft could mean for Qantas’ aspirations of ultra long haul flights. PICTURED ABOVE: VH-ZND ‘Yam Dreaming’, the special livery 787-9 Dreamliner that completed the first Perth to London nonstop flight. (Image from Australian Business Traveller) Article by Ben Libeskind March 24th saw a big dream come true for Qantas,

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Goucher Onion: Goucher Announces Newest Curriculum Addition: A Logging Department

PICTURED ABOVE: Goucher College President José Bowen shows the logging equipment to be used on campus at the announcement speech. Photo Credit: Midway Equipment Sales LLC Article by Ben Libeskind and Thomas Gernon  Goucher College President José Bowen has announced the founding of the Campus Logging Center. The activities of the new center will produce

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How to Get to BWI Airport on a Budget

Images from Travel Thru History and Infinite Flight Community Article by Ben Libeskind  As spring break nears, many students prepare to fly out from Baltimore Thurgood Marshall International Airport (BWI). Unfortunately, the hassles of flying begin before arrival at the airport. Getting to the airport can be a challenge especially when time and budget is

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Winds Wreak Havoc on Goucher’s Campus

Photos and article by Ben Libeskind On Friday March 2nd, the Baltimore/Washington D.C. area experienced high winds reaching up to 70mph as reported by the National Weather Service. MARC and VRE commuter rail services were cancelled and power outages affected 700,000 in the D.C. area. Students at Goucher reported a series of brief power outages lasting

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