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Memorabilia Monday: Cheerleader Campaigning

In March 1968, Charles Szalkowski and Beth Ramey ran for cheerleader. Here are their campaign signs and a list of the other candidates.

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School elections are one big joke

It’s rapidly approaching the end of the school year. As students cram for finals and prepare for another year of hard work and ethic (for most of us, at least…), a whole other event is unfolding before our eyes: student elections, the factor that will decide who will “lead” us next year. 516 more words


Web Exclusive: Meet the Candidates!

Student council elections are Monday through Wednesday this week! Check out The Globe’s first-ever “Meet the Candidates” lineup to know what each candidate is all about.  8,571 more words

Discussing the issues: An interview with Lancelot Napier Kane, student presidential candidate.

By: Samantha Cooper

Though the polls are closed, the winner of Goucher’s student presidential elections has not been revealed. The Goucher Eye had an opportunity to speak with the second candidate sophomore Lancelot Napier Kane about his platform, and his plans to tackle the issues set upon him by the student body and faculty. 25 more words


Discussing the issues. An interview with Lee Block, student president candidate

By: Samantha Cooper

Goucher’s student elections are coming to a close at midnight on March 31st. This election comes at a particularly important time, as Goucher is in the midst of a transition: the campus is under construction, the curriculum is changing, and many new policies are under debate.  59 more words


Footage from the Wednesday Night Debate

Here is the footage from the debate at the Wave on Wednesday night. As students make voting decisions come the 7th and 8th of March, they are encouraged to gather as much information as they can by visiting the various platforms and learning from of all the candidates firsthand.


Well, That was Brutal

By: Morin Mawhinney

As many of you (hopefully) know, the Student Union Election Debate was held last night at the Wave. Many of you are also probably wondering where the formal coverage of said debate is, and I promise it’s coming. 576 more words