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Cracks Found in Wifi Security

By Michael Savich  On October 16th, security researchers published a paper detailing a set of vulnerabilities they have dubbed KRACK, short for key reinstallation attack. KRACK exploits WPA2, which is the security protocol used on nearly all wireless networks. Although this is a major vulnerability, it can only be carried out if the attacker is

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Being Taxed on Tampons at Goucher

By Leah Ruggiere In the last couple of weeks, I noticed a 6% sales tax on my receipt for tampons at Goucher’s Bookstore. This surprised me because I knew about Maryland’s state law that exempts feminine hygiene products from state sales tax. I felt an urge to do something about this because I feel it is

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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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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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Baltimore schools call to “close the gap.”

By: Samantha Cooper Baltimore public school principals and parents gathered outside of city hall on February 27, to protest a nearly $130 million budget cut to their funding. Such an action would negatively affect the public schools in the city, many of which are already struggling due to financial issues. Baltimoreans United In Leadership Development

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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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