- Rear Admiral Margaret Grun Kibben '82 appointed first female chaplain of the U.S. House of RepresentativesJanuary 4, 2021
According to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, "Kibben brings decades of decorated experience in the military and the ministry..." Kibben was previously the first woman to serve as both the Chief of Chaplains in the U.S. Navy and chaplain of the U.S. Marine Corps.
- November 10, 2020
Associate Professor Nyasha Grayman-Simpson was interviewed on the radio program Revolutionary African Perspectives, on WRFG in Atlanta, where she discussed post-election African American mental health. Grayman-Simpson is the Henry S. Dulaney Professor at Goucher College.
- October 5, 2020
According to Green, "Discipline disparities between Black and white boys have driven reform efforts for years. But Black girls are arguably the most at-risk student group in the United States."
- March 3, 2020
The New York Times ran an in-depth review of “Child of Light,” the new work of nonfiction by Professor of English Madison Smartt Bell. The book is a biography of the writer Robert Stone. According to the Times, “‘Child of Light’ is a sensitive and thorough biography...This is one of those rare biographies in which you don’t feel like skimming the first 35 pages.”