Tag: News Article

Anti-Black Hate Crime on Campus Sparks Demonstrations

Article by Ben Libeskind Photos by Thomas Gernon   For Adam Jones ‘20, Wednesday morning started with a knock on his door at approximately 5:30 am. It was the Baltimore City Police Department. At first, they asked was if he was okay. The reason: graffiti depicting a slur stating that “I’m gonna kill all n*****s”

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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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Gophers Up in Smoke

Article Written By: Nikita Golizdra  March 8th, 2017 marked the date of the first smoking policy initiative meeting. Taking place at the conference room in Dorsey, the “working group” outlined the first strategies that moved Goucher towards a smoke-free campus. The “working group” was assembled in response to recent student hospitalizations due to respiratory complications

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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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Fire Breaks Out in Stimson

By: Samantha Cooper On Saturday, April 22, a fire broke out underneath Stimson dining hall. The fire, according to Captain Marks, was started because, “There was a plastic cover on a heating and air conditioning unit in the basement that caught on fire, creating smoke in the building.” There was mild damage to the unit

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I Want It That Way: Bon Appetit Survey Results Are Released.

By: Samantha Cooper Food is perhaps one of the biggest issues for college students; Goucher College is no exception. The past year has been difficult for many students, as Heubeck and Pearlstone have been combined into one dining hall, and the Gopher Hole has disappeared all together. Students have taken most of their complaints about

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JED-What it is and what you need to know

By: Samantha Cooper Among Goucher College’s many changes is the introduction of the JED Campus program, an initiative set by the JED Foundation which is designed “to guide schools through a collaborative process of comprehensive systems, program and policy development with customized support to build upon existing student mental health, substance abuse and suicide prevention

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Work Maintenance Woes

By: Will Pitts For the entire student body, especially upperclassmen, it seems that Goucher College is in a constant state of chaos: the main highway that connects the school together is dominated by building construction, there’s a brand-new dormitory, and plans for more in the coming decades, the post office and the Passport Café have

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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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