Summer at Goucher College is marked by possibility—animals wander even more boldly, rain threatens many afternoons, and exciting discoveries could come at any time.
Kat Elicker ’19 has long been steeped in Goucher history. Her mother, Jillian Storms ’80, P ’19 is an alumna, and Elicker grew up coming to art gallery openings on campus. But when it came time to apply to college, Elicker didn’t see herself at Goucher, as she wanted to create her own path. Her mom […]
At a recent event, a Jesuit priest’s words resonated with Miriam E. Katowitz ’73. She recalls him saying, “We are beneficiaries of a legacy we did not create. We are stewards of a legacy that we will not benefit from.” For more than a decade, Katowitz has served on the Goucher College Board of Trustees, […]
Dante Disparte ’00 believes “that the most important thing people need to learn is to learn how to learn,” a skill he said Goucher gave him.
In 1942, in a locked room at the top of a building in downtown Baltimore, 10 young women learned cryptology under the supervision of a Pulitzer Prize winner and a Navy officer. The building was Goucher Hall, in the days when the college was still located in the downtown part of the city, and the […]