- July 17, 2019
Goucher College alumnae/i have been making notable change and advancements in the world around them, impacting their communities and beyond. Some alumnae/i have been in the news this summer regarding career moves and opportunities; here are just a few to look out for!
- July 16, 2019
David Miller M.Ed. '97 published a book entitled, “Gabe & His Green Thumb,” which tells the story of a boy who discovers the power of growing food. Miller hopes the book will get students of color excited about reading early and often.
- July 12, 2019
In "Reagan, Punk Rock, and Me: A Love Story," Darcey Steinke '85 reflects on her college summer job at the White House and life's contradictions.
- June 28, 2019
Laura Tillman M.F.A. '13 signed a contract for her second book entitled, "The Hundred Lives of Lalo." The book details the life of chef Eduardo "Lalo" Garcia, whose odyssey raises larger questions about the relationship between the U.S. and Mexico, the immigrant experience, and the politics of Mexican food on the global stage.
- Lindsey Baker '06, executive director of Patapsco Heritage Greenway, is profiled in the Baltimore SunJune 7, 2019
Executive director of Patapsco Heritage Greenway since 2018, Lindsey Baker '06 shares her affinities for soccer, museums, and international travel.