Dr. Gretchen Koch is an invited speaker at Villa Julie on April 20, 3:30-5pm. Her talk is “E. coli and Taylor Series: My Journery Through Biomathematics”.
Dr. Koch is willing to drive some students so let her know if you would like a ride.
Food!! The next department lunch is April 17 in the lounge 12-2 pm.
We celebrate our students’ achievements at the 43rd annual Torrey dinner on April 19, 2007.
Our guest speaker will be Genevieve Monsees ’02, a graduate student at Harvard University
The “What Matters to Me and Why?” series continues today, Wednesday March 14th, with Angelo Robinson, assistant professor of English here at Goucher. Angelo is an Americanist with a specialization in African American literature and culture with a concentration in American Studies. The title of his presentation is “Love is all that Matters.” Come and enjoy his reflections on what matters to him and why today at 2:30 p.m. in the Geen Community Room.
The Gopher Hole is cranking it up this Friday and Saturday. We’ve got a great line-up of live music for your aural pleasure. Starting at 10 p.m. on Friday night Bucky Smith will be melting faces with their pure rocktitude. Then at 11 Eddie Emokpae will keep the party going with his supreme virtuosity. Saturday is just as good. At 10 p.m. sit back and let the smooth riffs of Velvet Jones’ Diary surround you like a warm, sudsy, aromatic bath with hints of lilac and thyme. At 11, Deltinu trades in their lacrosse sticks for rock sticks and create music in its purest essence. Check out the Gopher Hole’s website for a complete calendar of events, and some other great stuff too.
Join your fellow Goucherians on Saturday, April 14th as they brave the hustle and bustle of New York City. Take in all the sights and sounds of the city that never sleeps (according to Frank Sinatra), so be sure you buy your ticket before they are sold out. Tickets can be purchased at the Information Desk for only $15! If you want to bring a friend along that doesn’t go to Goucher, its only $20 for their ticket. Faculty and staff tickets go on sale March 26th and cost $20. Guests tickets of faculty and staff cost $25. If you have any questions about the trip, or details you would clarified, stop by the Info desk or email Devita Bishundat.
Stop by Pearlstone Cafe tomorrow, March 9th, from 2:30 to 4 p.m. and have your voice heard! Come talk about what matters to you as a Goucher student, faculty or staff member – what makes you sad about Goucher, what makes you happy about Goucher, what makes you want to stick your head out of a window and shout “I’m mad as hell, and I’m not gonna take it anymore,” basically anything that you feel about Goucher and want to share, the people at this conversation want to listen. This ongoing dialogue is open to the entire community, so drop in as your schedule allows and stay as long or short as you like.
Prepare for a night of intrigue and mystery in the Gopher Hole tonight, starting at 9:30 p.m., as it presents a Night of Illusion. To start the show, Magictainment will dazzle the audience with sleight of hand and mind blowing illusions. Then, following their one hour performance, stick around for the Goucher premier of “The Prestige” with the all star cast of Hugh Jackman, Christian Bale, Michael Caine, and Scarlett Johansson. This is one magic show you don’t want to miss!
Hate Heubeck? Sick of Stimson? Petrified of Pearlstone? Live in fear no more, for the Citypaper Eating Guide is here! This comprehensive guide to eating out in Baltimore will let you in on little known secret food havens as well as give you yet another reason to go back to seasoned veterans of the Baltimore food scene. Whether you’re looking for artery clogging barbecue, the latest “slow food” restaurant to open up, or the best sushi place to impress a date with, the Citypaper Eating Guide’s got it covered. You can click on the link above, or pick up your own hard copy with today’s issue of the Citypaper. Just be careful not to drool too much as you read the descriptions.
Stop by Heubeck Dining Hall on Thursday, March 29th at 11:30 a.m. as former White House chef Walter Scheib will share stories and recipes from his 11 years serving presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush at Goucher College’s Heubeck Dining Hall. This free, public event also will feature a special menu and book signing. This event is brought to you by Bon Apetit.