Featured Stories

  • Super Season for Men’s Soccer Team and Coaches

    Goucher’s men’s soccer team went from not winning a Landmark Conference game for two years in a row, to becoming a playoff team and having the Landmark Conference Men’s Soccer Coaching Staff of the Year, all within a span of four years.

  • This is MY Goucher

    There are thousands of Goucher students, faculty, alumnae/i, and staff. This makes for a whole lot of different experiences and personalities scattered around campus … and the globe.

  • Teaching & Technology: George Greco

    Associate Professor George Greco is “flipping” his organic chemistry course, allowing students to watch lectures in their dorms and having them work on the material in the classroom.

  • Q & A with Marty Sweidel

    Martin “Marty” Sweidel, Goucher’s new senior vice president for strategic initiatives, sat down with us to share his thoughts on the importance of college (one word: opportunity), music (he loves it all), and why he’s drawn to Goucher. Sweidel, who came from Southern Methodist University in Texas, started at Goucher on November 3.

  • Wi-Fi Everywhere!

    Student ease spurred campus-wide technology upgrades that are bringing high-speed mobile wireless access to all computing devices everywhere on campus.

  • Visiting Author: James Magruder

    Read, read, read. This is the first (and second and third) rule of being a good writer, according to fiction writer James Magruder. Magruder will be visiting Goucher’s campus on Monday, November 3, for a reading and talk at 7 p.m. in the Soper Room of the Julia Rogers Building. “Turn off the television and […]

  • Associative Academics

    What might a history professor have to say about zombies? How would an art faculty member weigh in on the U.S. prison system? Can environmental studies be used to frame a discussion about the Bible? Come to “Interdisciplinary Thinking in Three Acts” to find out.

  • There’s a Club for That

    Goucher makes it easy for students to start any club they can imagine, everything from performing Bollywood dance, starting a radio show, learning about a different culture, or saving the whales.

  • Connecting Out, Looking In

    “I’ll never use a plastic bag again,” declared first-year student Rachel Brannock, her nose wrinkled in distaste at the trash in her gloved hand. Meanwhile, Rachel’s peers slogged through the Gwynns Falls Stream behind her, the dull roar of I-95 in the background on a Friday afternoon. The Baltimore native was one of 440 first-year […]

  • Goucher College First in Nation to Launch Video Application Alternative

    With the Goucher Video App, students can forgo transcripts and test scores and instead send a two-minute video about how they see themselves at the college.