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No babysitter? That Sounds Like a Personal Problem: Goucher College’s “Child Protection Policy”

March 7, 2012


Last week, Goucher College passed its “Child Protection Policy”, which, among other things, bans children of staff, faculty, and students from being in the classroom. Not only are children banned from the classroom, but parents must pay out of pocket to hire a Goucher College approved babysitter to keep their child on campus. The policy was […]

Outside the Goucher Bubble: Osama bin Ladan edition

May 6, 2011


As we are all hyper-aware, Sunday evening Obama announced the killing of Osama bin Ladan. I was at Goucher’s Gala event (Goucher Prom, more or less) when I heard the news, and I recalled being very confused as to why some of my friends were whipped into a happy frenzy. After all, killing bin Ladan […]

Exiles in Eden: a human approach to the housing crisis

February 15, 2011


We’ve all heard about the housing crisis for years now (at least since 2007), but what we seldom hear about is the individuals and the family units that are impacted by the foreclosures daily. That is the subject of Paul Reyes’ book, Exiles in Eden, and of the talk he gave at Goucher College last […]