Quindecim News Roundup

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  • Changes have been made to the breakfast at Mary Fisher Dining Hall. The updated changes to the dining hall cut a two-hour sit-down breakfast period and replaced it with a 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM schedule during which hot pre-packaged breakfast combination platters would be offered in the Student Market alongside the returning the “Pick 3” meal-plan from last year. In an email to the student body, Dean Brian Coker cited “consistently low utilization” of the upstairs Mary Fisher Dining Hall. 
  • New changes have also been made to the hours of the Athenaeum and Library. An August 5th email sent to the student body cited “faculty utilization data” and a move towards greater sustainability as the basis for the updated hours. The new and updated Ath and Library hours are as follows:
    • Fall 2019 Library hours:
      • Sunday: Noon to 2:00 AM
        Monday to Thursday: 7:30 AM to 2:00 AM
        Friday: 7:30 AM to 9:00 PM
        Saturday: Noon to 9:00 PM
    • Fall 2019 Alice’s Restaurant hours:
      • Monday to Friday: 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM and 7:30 PM to midnight
        Saturday and Sunday: 2 PM to midnight
    • Fall 2019 Athenaeum hours (for building spaces, excluding the Library):
      • Sunday: Noon to 2:00 AM
        Monday to Thursday: 7:30 AM to 2:00 AM
        Friday: 7:30 AM to midnight
        Saturday: Noon to midnight
  • Goucher College Student Government Co-President Sam Anderson (’21) has resigned his post effective August 14th due to personal health reasons. Remaining Co-President Noah Block (’21) will assume Anderson’s role as the sole Goucher College Student Government President. 

    Goucher Students at the Baltimore Climate Strike September 20th, 2019. PC: India Fleming-Klink. 
  • On Monday, September 16th Goucher College President Kent Devereaux held a Town Hall from 11:00 AM to 11:55 AM with concerned students in Kelley Lecture Hall to field questions about the role of the Pagliaro Selz family in the Goucher community. Over the summer, an article by the Washington Post revealed that Goucher Alumni and Trustee Lisa Pagliaro Selz and her husband Bernard Selz – for whom the new first-year dormitory Pagliaro Selz Hall opened in 2016 is named – have made large donations to anti-vaccination organizations.  

    Sophomore Gia Grier (’22) and Senior Zahir Muhammadza (’20) hold a sign at the Baltimore Climate Strike September 20th, 2019. PC: Mikaela McCray
  • As part of the Global Climate Strike between 25 and 50 students from Goucher joined students from high schools, universities, and colleges from across Baltimore in skipping class on Friday, September 20th to attend the Baltimore Climate Protest. Beginning at 12:00 PM, students marched from the Inner Harbor Amphitheater to Baltimore City Hall with the strike concluding at 2:00 PM. Inspired by 16-year old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, the Baltimore Climate Protest was among hundreds of similar protests across the US and worldwide which demand greater political action on curbing climate change.
  • The pickup/drop-off station for the Collegetown Shuttle has moved! Students can now catch the shuttle into Baltimore from outside Froelicher Hall, Tuttle House and from outside the side entrance of Van Meter Hall. Look for a small light green sign which denotes the shuttle stop. 
  • The College Store has been revamped! Drop by the store on the bottom floor of the Ath to pick up some basic toiletries, snacks, and new, redesigned SWAG! 

 

Hello! My name is Jibril Howard and I am the News Editor for the Q. I am a sophomore International Relations major. I'm a soccer lover, political junkie, caffeine addict, and hopeless chess player. Catch me between classes hanging out in the Ath or lounging in a hammock.

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