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In the Loop: October 1- 27


In The Loop highlights events going on at Goucher and in places nearby to help readers stay up-to-date on what’s happening in the near future. Below you’ll find on and off-campus events hand-selected by Q staffers with college students in mind. The list will be updated as new events arise.

Men’s Soccer:

  • What: Men’s soccer game
  • Who: Goucher men’s soccer faces off against Moravian
  • Where: Beldon Field
  • When: Tuesday, October 03, 7:00PM
  • Cost: Free 

Women’s Volleyball:

  • What: Women’s volleyball game
  • Who: Goucher women’s volleyball faces off against Trinity (D.C.)
  • Where: Decker Sports and Recreation Center
  • When: Wednesday, October 04, 7:00 PM
  • Cost: Free 

Hispanic Heritage Month Marketplace:

  • What: Artisanal vendors and food with live folk- dance performances.
  • Where: Van Meter Highway
  • When: Friday, October 06, 4:00-7:00 PM
  • Cost: Variable 

Chamber Music Series: 

  • What: A new series of live music performances, showcasing the most talented students at the Peabody Conservatory. 
  • Who: The next performance of this series features Aura Winds, a Baltimore-based woodwind quartet. Members include Isabelle Jamois (flute), Elizabeth Perez-Hickman (oboe), Sophia Bracken (clarinet), Hyejin Suzie Lee (french horn), and Logan Jawgiel (bassoon). This ensemble curates a mix of both modern, well-known works, and traditional classical arrangements. Their innovative program pairs their music with other mediums of artistic expression.
  • Where: Hyman Forum of the Athenaeum
  • When: Sunday, October 08, 4:00 PM
  • Cost: Free for all
  • Note from the editor: I had the opportunity to attend part of the last Chamber Music Performance, showcasing the Nosreme string quartet. The group was simply breathtaking. There is something incredibly powerful about live music of any genre, and opportunities to view such high level performances of this type are rare, especially at no cost to the viewer. I’d recommend everyone to take an hour out of their Sunday afternoon to experience this!

Avery Fisher Residency Artist: 

  • What: A multisensory experience combining original jazz music, tap dance and video projections. Miller’s project, Rivers in our Veins, is an exploration of the cultural and ecological life of rivers, inspired by five great American rivers.
  • Who: Jazz drummer Allison Miller, and her six piece group, along with three dancers on stage, and live video production.
  • Where: Hyman Forum of the Athenaeum
  • When: Friday, October 27, 7:00 PM
  • Cost: Free for students upon registration at  Without registration, tickets are $30. 
  • Note from the editor: This event is likely to sell out – secure tickets now!

Reese (she/her) is the Sports Section Editor at the Quindecim and a sophomore History major. She is from Dallas, Texas and a graduate of Grapevine High School. Reese is a distance runner on the varsity track and cross country team. In her free time, she enjoys reading, running and rock & roll.

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