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Frisbee Golf at Goucher

Do you know where to find Goucher’s Frisbee Golf course on campus? Did you know that Goucher actually has a Frisbee Golf … 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

This Month In Goucher History

  101 years ago, Goucher students met to discuss article ideas for the first November issue of the Goucher College Weekly – the very beginnings of yours truly, The Quindecim. In some ways, the topics they chose to write about reflected the same fall spirit we have today. Halloween was as much a cause for… Keep Reading

Poses with Penguins- Yoga at the Zoo

More and more people gather in front of the gates of the Baltimore Zoo. It’s 7:45, and the zoo won’t open to the public until 10. It’s mostly women in groups of two to three. There are a few stragglers who awkwardly stare at phone screens and yawn as they wait for the gates to… Keep Reading

Public Safety Blotter October 7-20th, 2017

Alcohol/Drug • Students smoking marijuana in residence in Welsh set off fire alarm • Two searches conducted after receiving anonymous reports of drug distribution, no illegal items found • Two students interviewed after receiving report that they were smoking marijuana in a Lewis bathroom Fire Safety • Fire alarm pulled on 1st floor Wagner •… Keep Reading

The 25th Annual Renie Amoss Memorial Race

In 1993, Corene “Renie” Amoss, a recent Goucher graduate, was killed in an automobile accident. She was a three-sport athlete, an honors student who majored in economics and business management, and a friend to all. With her family’s blessing and involvement, the Athletic Department created the Renie Amoss Memorial Race. Each year, since the founding… Keep Reading

Goucher Pets: Pringle

Cats are one of the most common pets at Goucher, and for good reason. Unlike dogs, they don’t have to be taken outside. If they have not been approved for college housing, they can easily be kept inside of a dorm room. Pringle, though, is legal. Owned by Hannah Brogan, ’19, and Ali Tomasevich, ’19,… Keep Reading

Enacting a Change to Taxes on Feminine Products

In the last couple weeks, I noticed my receipt for tampons from Goucher’s Bookstore included a 6% sales tax. Like most college bookstores, Goucher’s Bookstore is run by Barnes and Noble. This surprised me because I knew that Maryland’s state law now exempts feminine hygiene products from sales tax. I felt urged to do something… Keep Reading

Pieces of the Peace House, Pieces of Home

The Peace House has been my home for three semesters; which may not seem like a lot, but it is. Living in the Peace House is the longest I’ve lived anywhere outside of the home I had as a kid. Each year, students move from building to building, but the Peace House has managed to… Keep Reading

TED Talks and the Cat: Part 1

“One day, I’m gonna attend a TED talk and Bill Nye is gonna be there, and I’m gonna crowd surf up to the stage and hug him.” Greta looks up from her textbook. “Come again?” I nod. “I’m telling you. One of these days, man. It’s gonna be lit.” She sighs, stuffing a pen behind… Keep Reading

“The Sun and Her Flowers” Review

Rupi Kaur released her book The Sun and Her Flowers on October 3rd, 2017. I was filled with excitement because she is known for her book Milk and Honey, which was released in 2014. Kaur had brought a new type of flare to modern poetry with her first book. It was hard to find poetry… Keep Reading

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