Written by Elizabeth Bobo. Halloween is officially around the corner. Do you know what you’re doing for this spooky day? If you are new to the Baltimore area or are just looking for something fun to do, look no further. Here are some fun and scary things to do in Baltimore and at Goucher this
Photo Credit: Toronto Sun Article by Destiny Lugardo Orioles Opening Weekend: March 31st-April 1st; Orioles Park @ Camden Yards Opening day, the first day of the Major League Baseball season, is basically a holiday here in the Baltimore area. After witnessing the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens miss out on the playoffs on the last day of
Photo Courtesy of The Baltimore Sun Article Written by Destiny Lugardo This weekend is projected to be one of the coldest we’ve seen this semester. It may be tempting to stay inside and snuggle under a warm blanket. However, if that’s not the plan this weekend, then here are a few things to do in
By: Ben Salom This past Sunday, April 23, marked Goucher College’s first Mental Health Field Day. The event, which took place on the Margaret M. Winslow Great Lawn was held to promote physical and mental wellness, as well as to memorialize beloved Goucher College student Collin Clarkin-Wright, who took his own life in October of 2016.
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: Will Pitts Gopher stadium came to life on Saturday for the 16th Annual Goucher Track & Field Classic. Ten schools met to take part in 21 events at Goucher’s state-of-the-art outdoor track and field facility. While nine of them came from Maryland or Washington, D.C., the lone exception was Baldwin Wallace University, a track
By: Kianna Haskin The Maryland Spoken Semi-finals for the Russian Olympiada was held at Goucher on Tuesday, March 7. Local private school students in grades 3 through 12 competed in the event. Annaliza Czeczulin, an assistant professor in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures, co-organized the event. The Olympiada is a competition held to