Froelicher hall will be moved across campus this summer.
Kait Kozak is heading into her second season at the helm of the Goucher College women’s volleyball program
AAGC Award for Excellence in Public Service Winner
Goucher will move Froelicher Hall this summer
This is the second year for the Goucher Collects show
Award comes with hand-crafted memories
Gopher Gets an New Look
Bringing Dancers Together, Even Across Oceans
New Interfaith Center Planned for Campus
Goucher psychology professor emerita and co-founder of the Women’s Studies and Peace Studies Programs
Goucher Magazine talks to the author and Barland Award recipient
Conference Empowers Female Leaders
Untangling the past of a "Nursery for Militant Suffragists"
Trustee and philanthropist
A Q&A with Goucher's new sustainability coordinator
Teaching and learning, in one of the world’s oldest cultures
For Mary Bloom Hyman ’71, learning is a lifelong journey
Rethinking the Liberal Arts at Goucher College
Meet the Students of Goucher's Prison Education Partnership
In honor of Dr. Joseph Morton’s life, work, and beliefs, an excerpt from his unpublished memoirs.
Remembering Marguerite Barland ’60
Scholarship honors a friend's lust for life
Prime minister's former intern reflects on Brexit
Bringing a hidden culture to light
An alumna finds her niche on the side of a mountain
"I was blessed with exceptional professors and mentors; Jean Harvey Baker, Joe Morton and Julie Jeffery most notably."
"Goucher prepared me for my career and for my life by being the best of what a liberal arts college should be..."
"Hot Steel concert/party in September at the College Center Courtyard, our first party with boys invited! This is where I met my husband in 1979."
President José Bowen on why Goucher's tuition won't be going up next year
"I left Goucher thinking that I could do practically anything if I just put my mind to it and I still feel that way today."
Provost Leslie Lewis on student inquiry, the new Goucher curriculum, and why intro classes just don’t work.
Joe Morton, founder of Goucher’s Peace Studies Program and professor emeritus of philosophy and peace studies, died April 7.
Last semester’s mindfulness theme found Goucher President José Antonio Bowen in a contemplative mood, so he put together an album of meditative tunes with engineer Daniel Chase.
I’m Goucher all day. It’s nerdy and perfect, and it never leaves me.
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Goucher grads revive Baltimore's whiskey traditions
President José Antonio Bowen will host a reception and open forum discussion in Aspen, Colorado.
Goucher gets a state-of-the-art neuroscience lab
Astronomy Chair Ben Sugerman Looks Into the Void
A new Alumnae/i Relations Director Joins a Returning Alumna
Hanging Sheetrock or falling out of windows, she's up for anything
“The Goucher community has lost one of its treasures.”
"Goucher Collects" Exhibit Brings Alums' Art Collections Into View
Goucher Faculty and Staff Tackle a Tough Subject
Goucher has developed a plan to bring the community together to nurture a sense of home for our students.
La Jerne Terry Cornish knows the potentially transformative power of a Goucher education.
Inspired by Atticus Finch and Johnny Cochrane, Arienna Grody ’10 serves indigent clients as a public defender.
Dr. Susan Epstein Leeman ’51 says the joy of an unexpected discovery makes a career in science worthwhile.
BY HOLLY SELBY Sheila K. Sachs ’61, Esq. didn’t set out to be a pioneer, but more than once in her career she has found herself on the cusp of change. In 1961, when she ...
As president of the Los Angeles Unified School District Board, Steve Zimmer's vision encompasses economics, social status, and, above all, access to education.