Featured Stories

  • The Improvisational President

    The Chronicle of Higher Education authentically profiled President Bowen in this fantastic look at the liberal arts, the heart of Goucher, and our future.  

  • Training Ms. President…or Delegate, Mayor, Etc.

    One woman described what it was like to be the youngest state delegate serving in the country. A second spoke about raising three children while running for office—four times. A third discussed the ins and outs of overseeing Gov. Larry Hogan’s social media presence during his campaign. Still another talked about being the evening anchor […]

  • Push to start schools after Labor Day

    ABC 2 covered an on-campus forum where Peter Franchot, state comptroller, pushed to start Maryland schools after Labor Day.

  • Goucher People & Places

    Goucher Graphic Designer Matt Walter took this photo Monday, and it's included in a Facebook album of photos taken of campus in all its autumnal glory. Want us to share your Goucher glamour shot? Message us through Facebook or email it to intheloop@goucher.edu and we'll include it!

  • Goucher Bon Appétit Employee Wins National Award

    Tuesdays through Saturdays, Carolyn Offer wakes up in her southwest Baltimore home, takes two buses, then walks from the bus stop to Stimson Dining Hall. No matter what, the Bon Appetit employee arrives at 7 a.m.—two hours early for her shift. “I love my job, “she says. “And I’m an early bird.”

  • Goucher People & Places

    Members of a Swedish equestrian industry delegation stopped to visit Goucher on their week long visit with the Maryland Department of Agriculture/Equestrian Industry. Here, former Goucher Director Patte Zumbrun and current Director Jen Bunty give an overview of what a collegiate riding program entails, as well as how our riding students  manage to balance success in […]

  • Q&A With Provost Leslie Lewis

    Leslie Lewis came to Goucher in July as the new provost and vice president for academic affairs. A big fan of the liberal arts, blues, and organic gardening, she calls Goucher “a college with a conscience.” Here, the former dean of the School of Humanities and Sciences and professor of English at Ithaca College, discusses her first days at Goucher, training for a triathlon, and hungry groundhogs.

  • “What Is Race?” Seminar

    A group of staff and faculty members filtered into Merrick Lecture Hall on a recent Monday afternoon. Looking around the room, someone spoke up: “We don’t have to sit segregated this time?” Welcome to “What Is Race?” where even the seating plan is part of the lessons.

  • Baltimore From a Different Angle

    On Friday, August 28, nearly 500 first-year students, upperclassmen, faculty, and staff tackled five South Baltimore sites for a day of service, partnering with local nonprofit Blue Water Baltimore.

  • Q&A With Luz N. Burgos-López

    She loves horror flicks, has a dog named Bouncy, and thought she'd be a forensic scientist before realizing social justice and equity were what really got her excited. Meet Luz N. Burgos-López, our new(ish) assistant dean of students in the Center for Race, Equity, and Identity.