- December 11, 2020
According to IGN.com, Holland, M.F.A. '12 has edited an anthology of stories by 18 different authors to shed new light on the Black Panther and his world.
- IU School of Medicine unveils portrait of Dr. Suzanne Buckner Knoebel '48, first female president of the American College of CardiologyDecember 3, 2020
"Knoebel had a clear vision as ACC President at a time in which the profession and organization were rapidly changing."
- November 18, 2020
Warren Dorsey, M.Ed. '71, turned 100 on November 17. Dorsey is the first Black man to receive a Masters degree from Goucher College.
- Dena Smith '03 and Professor Mileah Kromer write Baltimore Sun Op-Ed on COVID, our emotional response and the gender divideNovember 13, 2020
With help from Goucher poll data, Smith '03 and Kromer make the case that COVID is making women sadder and angrier than men.
- November 6, 2020
In her 30 years in Baltimore, Ramos says she's focused on community development. According to foxbaltimore.com, "She wants to lift the voices of the 14th District and a Latino community that for the first time, gets a seat, in City Hall."