Frenchy Snyder supported women’s rights, stood up for liberal politics, joined a union, and was president of the Baltimore section for the National Council of Jewish Women.
As students in Emily Billo’s environmental justice class learned, forces of privilege determine access to healthy food. The class collaborated with the Black Yield Institute to understand the issue.
Penny Norrington Orth ’63 and Joe Orth are visiting all 419 of the National Parks Service sites, including monuments, trails, rivers, and battlefields.
The ghosts of Goucher, in their own way, live on through the stories we tell, which is maybe what they wanted all along—to be remembered.
Sydney Hines joins Goucher's men’s basketball as an assistant coach, making her the third woman to serve as a men’s basketball coach in Maryland.
By Kailah Figueroa The Goucher College Library welcomes Paul Henderson: Photographs from the Civil Rights Era, a traveling exhibit from the Maryland Historical Society opening on September 19, 2019. Paul Henderson was an African American photojournalist who worked on the staff for the Baltimore Afro-American as one of their first photographers and as an occasional […]
For college transfer students, everything is new again. But these Gophers know they’re right where they’re supposed to be.
A partial history of Burning Man, through the eyes of its CEO: the founder, lover, and Goucher alumna Marian Goodell ’84.
A hobby can bring both joy and frustration, as finding a balance of work and pleasure can be a tricky puzzle.
Thirty years after living in Jeffery House, a group of seven Goucher women found new friendships in each other.
When it comes to a career in dance, don’t let fear be the reason you never try.
When it launched in 2014, the Goucher Video Application was the first of its kind in college admissions. This semester, the first cohort of GVA students graduated.
Last month, Goucher College President José Antonio Bowen joined thought leaders from across the nation at SXSW EDU 2019, a prominent teaching and learning conference.
Brendan O’Meara, M.F.A. '08, loved listening to creative people discuss their process, so he started a podcast on the art and craft of telling true stories.
In the spring semester, Goucher created a League of Legends esports team to compete in the Division III Landmark Conference, which introduced esports for the first time.
It's important to Tierra Dorsey to meet people where they are, so she's having conversations with alumnae/i and the Goucher community at large.
In an increasingly fast-paced globalized society, how does one preserve ancient traditions and cultural heritage? Over the past year, a group of professors and students from Goucher’s M.A.C.S. program has been working on two projects addressing that question.
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.
After serving for more than a decade on the Goucher College Board of Trustees, Ruth Shapiro Lenrow ’74 became board chair in July, previously serving as the board’s secretary and vice chair, as well as gala chair for two years.
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 […]
After five years at Niagara University teaching abstract algebra and practical statistics, a faculty position opened at Goucher College. Phong Le ’03 was only a year away from tenure, but he says the decision came down to where he wanted his career to go. This was Le's [UNDAUNTED] moment.
The tech world has a problem: It needs more employees with liberal arts degrees.
President José Antonio Bowen received the Ernest L. Boyer award from the New American Colleges & Universities (NAC&U) at the Association of American Colleges & Universities 2018 annual meeting.
Preparations for the 2018 Goucher Awards Gala and Celebration are under way, and it will be a memorable night for the college.
Goucher has never been short of creative thinkers looking for problems to solve.
Goucher’s award-winning Equestrian Program has been a fixture in the life of the college for the past 91 years.
At 100, Evelyn Dyke Schroedl ’62 aces philanthropy
All three Froelicher residence halls were successfully relocated this summer.
Colleges across the country are turning their attention to student engagement.
Goucher's Creative Nonfiction Program Celebrates 20 Years
Young refugees make a new home in Baltimore, with the help of Goucher students
When everyone else goes home, it's time to hit the lab.
Goucher Magazine sat down with Dr. Bowen to talk about his eventful three years as the head of the college, where he thinks Goucher’s headed, and what he sees for the future of the liberal arts.
Bringing Dancers Together, Even Across Oceans
New Interfaith Center Planned for Campus
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.
The First Phase of a Sweeping Plan to Transform Campus Is Set to Open in July
Marilyn Southard Warshawsky ’68, tells the story of John Franklin Goucher, educator, world traveler, philanthropist, a founder of the Woman’s College—and occasional maritime hero.
Saying Goodbye to Bob Welch (1944–2016)