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InterConnect Students Celebrate the New School Year

Article by Jamie Nguyen. September might be nearly over, but celebrations for the new school year are still in full swing. On Friday, September 13th, Goucher’s InterConnect students gathered for a community dinner. Joined by Goucher’s Associate Director for International Students, Karen Sykes, students of InterConnect enjoyed a night filled with food and new connections.

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Eye to Eye Podcast: Sam Anderson (Ep. 11)

Hosted and Produced by Kylie Miller. Eye to Eye is back for the fall 2019 semester! Eye to Eye is a weekly Goucher Eye Podcast that features members of the Goucher community. The eleventh episode features Sam Anderson. If you’re interested in being featured on Eye to Eye or would like to nominate someone, send

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Goucher Library No Longer Open 24/7

Article written by Kylie Miller. This month marks ten years since the Athenaeum opened in September of 2009. The $48 million building is home to Goucher’s Library, Silber Art Gallery, Alice’s Restaurant, Goucher Student Radio, and more. The Athenaeum has always been open for students to access it 24 hours a day, 7 days a

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Ruddy Roye’s When Living is a Protest @ Silber Gallery

Article by Tyler Harris  Video by Krysis Sabater  “When Living in Protest” is an art gallery in Silber Gallery in the Athenaeum that features 33 images photographed by Jamaican-born photographer and alumni Ruddy Roye ’98. From a vivid perspective, Roye documents the riveting and realistic look on inner-city life and being black in America from

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Goucher Says Farewell to Professors

Article by Joshua Greenberg Contributor: Talia Military of the Quindecim  Special Thanks to Chief-Editor Maddie St. John and the Quindecim Newspaper  Throughout the duration of a college, professors come and go, leaving behind legacies that carry their names forward. Sadly, it is time to say goodbye to several committed faculty members of Goucher College. In

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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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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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From May Day to GIG: The History of Get into Goucher

Article by Kylie Miller  One of the most anticipated events of the spring semester at Goucher College is GIG, short for Get Into Goucher Day. GIG is coming up this Friday and is sure to be fun filled with food, live music, inflatables, and the best part—no classes after noon! The tradition of GIG started

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