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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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Construction Destruction

Photo-Essay by Thomas Gernon  For most Goucher students, the construction on campus seems like the bane of their existence, a giant looming eyesore that inconveniences them more than anything else. Few, if any students, would say they like the construction and at the start of the year, I counted myself among the haters. But as

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Title Wave or Title IX : What you should know about Goucher’s Policy

Article By: Elaine Millas This fall, fear levels are rising among many on Goucher’s campus concerning changes announced by the federal administration. The first “Town Hall,” sponsored by the Goucher Student Government and the Office of Student Engagement, had panel speakers from various faculty and staff members providing information and answering questioning about different political

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Samantha Cooper’s final scoop

The school year is almost over; there’s only a few more days left of class before finals week arrives. For seniors like me, we get a whole week of activities after exams to celebrate before graduation. Of course, I am nervous, excited, anxious and a mix of many other emotions all at once. But, at

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Legal Studies Minor joins Goucher’s offerings

By: Michael Savich Though there are many reasons to choose Goucher College, a robust offering of courses on US law has not been among them. But the winds of change are nevertheless blowing, and Goucher is preparing to offer a dedicated Legal Studies minor. According to Nancy Hubbard, head of the Center for Education, Business,

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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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Student employment policy gets updated

By: Kianna Haskin Acknowledging issues in the previous student employment policy, the Student Council repealed the document and has begun to make revisions. On Wednesday April 5, Ahmed Ibrahim Juhas, gave an update on the student employment policy. One issue the Student Council addressed with the revision of the policy was the number of jobs

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