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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 students Take Back the Night

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

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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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A changing curriculum

By: Kianna Haskin In the fall of 2017, a new curriculum will be implemented here at Goucher College. The new curriculum is targeted at the incoming first years, in the fall. There will also be credit changes and a new schedule grid, and these aspects of the redesign will affect the current student body. The

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Goucher Students March For Women

By: Samantha Cooper On January 20, 2017, the 45th and likely most controversial President to ever been elected was inaugurated. During his campaign, President Donald Trump insulted almost every group that identifies as a minority in the country: women, people of color, people with disabilities, poor people just name the most obvious ones. The day after,

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