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Cat. Sun. Grass…campus life. 

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Spent the evening with @missmarielaynestagram http://ift.tt/1s6w9Wu

Cat. Sun. Grass…campus life. 

I dropped a Kool Keith and Princess Superstar record off at Emily’s dorm room and was like, ‘Be my Princess?’
Aran Keating, half of of Baltimore rap duo AK Slaughter, on their start at Goucher College in this Baltimore Sun Article
As the colleges have grown, they have brought more significant cultural cache to town, in terms of concerts, theater, lecture series, films, and sporting events—no small thing when trying to capture the young professional residential market today. “We’re becoming more urban and more urbane,” Van Arsdale says.

It’s summertime in Baltimore and that means tons of free outdoor movies! Check out this awesome interactive map that show the films coming up. 

It is so not Texas. It’s a little like California. There’s a very open, accepting vibe. It’s a small place. There’s a lot of diversity on campus. And I think the faculty is very, very dedicated to that and to transforming lives.
President José Bowen when Baltimore Magazine asked about his transition to Goucher and Baltimore from Texas. Read more here
One of those dreamy days on campus…

One of those dreamy days on campus…

The difference for me has been night and day. Now, conversations are easier because I have a lot more to talk about.
49-year-old West Baltimore native Denise Dodson who was charged with conspiracy and attempted murder, talking about the Goucher Prison Education Partnership (GPEP) program

Baltimore time lapse…We know this made the rounds years ago, but it popped up again and it’s no less enthralling the second time around.

Hamilton was a Goucher College graduate with an art history degree who had tended bar and waited tables at various Baltimore watering holes when she helped found the Creative Alliance. “We hashed out a mission that integrated the different interests of the three founders, and also spoke to the matrix of different communities we wanted to serve,” she told The Baltimore Sun in a 2003 interview. “Dan [Schiavone] was really aware that, once artists leave art school, they lose a big support network. They don’t have mentors; their peer group’s been dispersed. Margaret was really interested in art education, particularly for kids, in seeing the arts partner with the community in many different ways. And I was interested in doing shows and performances.”-Baltimore Sun’s “Creative Alliance co-founder Megan Hamilton resigning”

Hamilton was a Goucher College graduate with an art history degree who had tended bar and waited tables at various Baltimore watering holes when she helped found the Creative Alliance. “We hashed out a mission that integrated the different interests of the three founders, and also spoke to the matrix of different communities we wanted to serve,” she told The Baltimore Sun in a 2003 interview. “Dan [Schiavone] was really aware that, once artists leave art school, they lose a big support network. They don’t have mentors; their peer group’s been dispersed. Margaret was really interested in art education, particularly for kids, in seeing the arts partner with the community in many different ways. And I was interested in doing shows and performances.”
-Baltimore Sun’s “
Creative Alliance co-founder Megan Hamilton resigning