Gabby Rivera ’04 To Write Marvel Superhero
The Washington Post has a write up on Gabby Rivera ’04—LGBTQ youth advocate, author, and now writer for Marvel Comics’ new superhero book, America.
The Washington Post has a write up on Gabby Rivera ’04—LGBTQ youth advocate, author, and now writer for Marvel Comics' new superhero book, America:
Marvel Comics reached out to Rivera, perhaps best-known for her novel “Juliet Takes a Breath,” and asked whether she’d be interested in being the writing voice behind America Chavez, a Latina, queer, superpowered and super-popular character who made a name for herself in the pages of super-team titles “Young Avengers” and “The Ultimates.”
Gabby also spoke to Goucher Magazine last summer about her time here.
- January 19, 2017
Goucher College announced today that its 11th president, Dr. José Antonio Bowen has accepted a new five-year contract. The new contract will run July 1, 2017, to June, 30, 2022 and will allow him to continue his efforts to redevelop the curriculum, improve campus facilities, advance diversity, and pursue other important initiatives for the college.