Goucher College

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Goucher College

(gou`chər), at Towson, Md., formerly at Baltimore; inc. 1885, opened 1888 by Methodists as a college for women, coeducational since 1987. It is named after John Franklin Goucher (president of the college, 1890–1908) and his wife, who were among the founders.
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The Office of Admissions has transcripts for 24 of the GVA applicants-transcripts were required for consideration for financial aid-and they have academic qualifications that are comparable to those of other students who gain admissions to Goucher.
The development site is owned by local developer Max Goucher who recently brought the former Brinton's headquarters after hearing that it was on the market.
Goucher, a historian and archaeologist specializing in African studies and world history, illustrates how Caribbean cuisine and culinary practices offer kitchen-based lexicons that can be used to study global historical processes and patterns of human interactions in which Africans played a role.
Cordish, presently a part-time teacher at Goucher College with a specialty in twentieth century British and American literature, has been a member of the college's English Department since 1976, serving as both chair of the faculty and chair of the department during her tenure.
Kratz Center for Creative Writing at Goucher College in Baltimore.
Goucher, the former Oregon Project athlete who gave voice to those allegations in a report from ProPublica and the BBC, made her first comments to reporters at large after finishing 18th in the 5,000 meters.
Back in September, Christopher Wild, a Goucher admissions counselor, told Diverse that the college would consider the Goucher Video App (GVA) a success if 25 to 40 students were admitted to the Baltimore, Maryland, college through it.
PLANS: Major in mathematics and minor in political science at Goucher College.
Susan Jaffe graces Goucher College with a series of master classes, while in residence setting a work on students Feb.
Set in 1942, the play centres around the Rev Donald Goucher, a vicar and children's author whose stories of a mischievous pig called Hiawyn have become increasingly bizarre.
When Corey Kilroy learned on Sunday, August 30 that the neighborhood of his father-in-law, Butch Goucher, was on fire, he rushed over to see how he could help.
New York Road Runners unveiled US Olympian Kara Goucher as a marathon rookie and the organisers have now added New Zealand marathon debutante Kim Smith and reigning World Marathon Majors series champion Wami.