Tag: Kianna Haskin

Community is Built on Communication: Charles M. Blow at Goucher

Article Written by Kianna Haskin  Charles M. Blow filled the Kraushaar Auditorium with an abundance of energy and enthusiasm as he spoke on topics that are ever so pressing on the citizens of the United States. I sat waiting for him to provoke me with questions to fill up my mind. Blow’s words pricked curious

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Swimming with the Sharks

By: Kianna Haskin  On Friday September 1st, the Goucher Independent Music Club hosted young artists from the East Coast, including Shark Club, a band based out of South Brunswick, New Jersey. Due to inclement weather, the concert was held inside the Athenaeum. Despite the change in location, over a hundred students attended the show. November

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People come together for climate march in D.C.

Photographs Captured by: Kianna Haskin Thousands of people gathered in Washington D.C. to march for the environment on April  29th. The People’s Climate March was organized by the People’s Climate Movement, which is a “a project of dozens of organizations working together to solve the climate crisis” according to the website. The movement began in 2014

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New Sports Teams are coming to Goucher

By: Kianna Haskin In the fall of 2017, Goucher will be launching men’s and women’s golf teams. These will be the first golf teams in the history of the school’s athletics department. Hunter Brown, the women’s golf coach, has been recruiting prospective students for both teams since September. Every student recruited thus far has been

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A Whole Bunch of It

 By : Kianna Haskin  Matt Shore ’19, a New England native, and Goucher College student, released his newest EP, A Whole Bunch of It, on Friday, April 15 in the Thormann Center. Shore performed with guest drummer Grayson Yachup and bass player Stefan Parrott. Shore started playing guitar when he was in second grade. His father

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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By: Kianna Haskin Acknowledging issues in the previous student employment policy, the Student Council repealed the document and has begun to make revisions.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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Senate and President Debates

Video Captured and Article Written By: Kianna Haskin  Sunday afternoon in the Hyman forum, Goucher Student government senate and president candidates for 2017 – 2018 school year had a debate about important topics regarding Goucher students’ concerns. These topics were decided by a poll sent out to Goucher students via e-mail. Senate Candidates are Dylan

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Goucher hosts 9th annual Russian Olympiada

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

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