Tag: construction

On the Horizon: Changes for the 2018-2019 School Year

Photo Credit: Goucher College Article by Kylie Miller As Goucher is closing in on the end of the 2017-2018 school year, there is a lot of buzz about what will be different in the fall. Many changes are in the works and here is the lowdown of what’s on the horizon. Construction There have been

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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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Goucher Onion: Goucher Students More Likely to Rely on Construction Noise To Wake Them Up, According to Survey

Article Written by Destiny Lugardo A recent survey conducted by the Office of Residential Life has found that more and more students are now relying on construction noise to wake up rather than actual alarm clocks. “There’s nothing like the sound of middle-aged men in hard hats yelling vague profanities at each other at 6:30

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Goucher Construction Update

  Video and article produced by Kianna Haskin  Wednesday, October 18, Goucher held it’s second town hall meeting of the year with the focus on campus construction. Linda Barone, the project manager of Facilities Management here at Goucher spoke about the First Year Village and Mary Fisher Dining Hall construction. “We just got visited today

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Construction (Dys)function

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

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Dashing the dining hall

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

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