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Rascal: A Goucher Rabbit

On any given day at Goucher, students will walk down Van Meter and encounter dogs and other pets. However, students walking near … Keep Reading

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Pantoum

There are four miniatures on the butterfly dresser The fairy sized bottle of watermelon flavored vodka is Emptied and washed out Filled … Keep Reading

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Brother

We used to play in the woods behind our grandparents’ house, sticking our hands out to brush against the mossy trees, finding … Keep Reading

Public Safety Blotter Oct 27th – Nov 3rd, 2017

Fire Safety • Accidental fire alarm in Probst x2, Robinson x2 Injury /Medical Emergency • Three students transported to the hospital for alcohol intoxication • Student transported to the hospital for an injury • Student transported to the hospital for injury/illness & mental health • Three students transported to the hospital for mental health reasons… Keep Reading

Part 2: Another One Bites the Bread

As I stare at the array of exquisite treats plated in front of me, the hunger that forms in the pit of my stomach becomes inevitable. Choosing won’t be easy, as each plate looks more delectable than the last. How can I choose just one? Alas, I know I have to, as buying every option… Keep Reading

Pantoum

There are four miniatures on the butterfly dresser The fairy sized bottle of watermelon flavored vodka is Emptied and washed out Filled with water and a flower picked from the side of the road The fairy sized bottle of watermelon flavored vodka is Right next to the little vial of coconut rum Filled with water… Keep Reading

Brother

We used to play in the woods behind our grandparents’ house, sticking our hands out to brush against the mossy trees, finding dead birds, making makeshift shelters — so proud of our accumulations of sticks and leaves. We used to burn lemons in fire pits, laughing as they hissed and spat at us in anger.… Keep Reading

Winter Sports Begin, Communications Head Hired

Winter Sports Goucher’s winter sports teams (men’s and women’s basketball, swimming and indoor track and field) have been practicing for a while now, but their competition seasons are just getting started. Swimming The Women’s swim team won two out of four meets, beating Hood College and Stevenson University, while losing by small margins to Frostburg… Keep Reading

Birth Control in Puerto Rico: The Pill’s Dark History

Although the pill allows American women to feel more in control of their body, many do not realize the dark history behind this method of birth control. In 1956, a researcher from Massachusetts named Gregory Pincus conducted the first experiment in Puerto Rico (specifically Rio Piedras and Humacao) to test the effectiveness of birth control.… Keep Reading

The Indictments: A Briefing

On Monday October 30th, Robert Mueller’s investigation into the Trump campaign’s connections to Russia made its first indictments public. Paul Manafort, Rick Gates and George Papadopoulos were all indicted. These indictments were filed five months into the investigation, which began in May. The process has been  extraordinarily fast for a federal investigation. Manafort, Trump’s former… Keep Reading

Reading Across the Disciplines

I have a horrible habit of buying textbook rentals at the end of the semester. Every semester, I try to figure out which books I’ll want in the future, then inevitably miss three or four that I decide I need after reading them. These are books that I found have made my college experience all… Keep Reading

The SPX Haul Part 3

A couple of issues ago, I wrote about some of the super cool comics and artists I met at SPX back in September. Well, here I return, but this time I’m going to do something a little different. Instead of focusing on the objects and stories I acquired, I’m going to talk about one of… Keep Reading

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