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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 issues, one of them being Title IX rollbacks. 836 more words

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. 551 more words

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. 382 more words


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. 696 more words


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Acknowledging issues in the previous student employment policy, the Student Council repealed the document and has begun to make revisions.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. 401 more words


Getting into GIG

By: Lillian Margola

One of Goucher’s most popular events, “Get Into Goucher” (GIG), is on April 7th. Everyone is really excited for this annual event.  For those of you who don’t know, GIG is a spring carnival that Goucher has for its students every year. 376 more words