President Sanford J. Ungar out and about, walking along Van Meter Highway
More than half of students attend four-year colleges within 50 miles of home. Then there are those who cross countries and oceans. For the New York Times’ next Education Life, they want to hear from students who are making a cultural leap, be it cornfields to Goucher, Beijing to Baltimore. Send a photo of you in your home environment and a brief explanation to Kristen.firstname.lastname@example.org by July 5.
The most recent Goucher Quarterly features a little article about the Applestein Sweren Book Collecting Prize, which I shared with my good friend Camden. Here’s a photo of us at our last English department party - I’m dressed as a Hobbit and Camden is Katniss Everdeen.
|—||David Foster Wallace, “This is Water” (via one-wayward-girl)|
Shakespeare stuff is happening on campus! Check it out.
That’s how much money was saved by Maryland Green Registry members (including Goucher College!), proving that the path to sustainability is a team effort, both at the facility level and at the broader community level. The results below were achieved by Maryland Green Registry members between 2012 and 2013:
- 603,000 lbs of hazardous waste reduced
- 11.8 million lbs of nonhazardous waste reduced
- 532 million lbs of non-hazardous waste recycled
- 2.7 million gallons of wastewater reduced
- 446,000 gallons of fuel saved
- 9.8 million vehicle miles traveled (VMT) reduced
- 441 million kWh electricity saved
- 517 million gallons of water conserved
- 2.0 million metric tons carbon dioxide equivalent (MTCO2e) reduced
#goucher #trees #college.#campus.#rain
Doused. Tis a rainy week ya’ll.
this is a bit old like a couple of weeks to a month or two,but I thought I should share. While visiting my friends on campus I stumbled across these lovely gents practicing their instruments. I just sat there and recorded them it was extremely pleasant,I hope you enjoy this as much as I did.
It looks, and sounds, like weather today is going to be a rough ride. It’s like night here on campus… at 9 a.m.
Everyone be safe!