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Master of Arts in Arts Administration – Goucher College

Designed for the working professional, the M.A. in Arts Administration from Goucher College allows you to live and work wherever you are while you learn from national arts leaders. Master of Arts in Arts Administration – Goucher College Designed for the working professional, the M.A. in Arts Administration from Goucher College allows you to live and work wherever you are while you learn and study with national arts leaders. Established 22 years ago, our graduate program is a low-...
Tags: Art, Education, MAAA, Goucher College, Master of Arts in Arts Administration, Lexi Rudolph, Ramona Baker, Goucher College Designed


Choose The Right College – A Student’s Story

How does a student choose the right college? It can be hard to find the right fit. This is the story of Kevin’s college journey. The student and his family Kevin was in the 10th grade when his family approached Mark for advice. He attended a second-tier international school in Hong Kong that focuses on the arts, including music, drama, and film.  Kevin played the saxophone and had been taking lessons for years, and he was an avid fan of jazz.  However, he planned to major in something ...
Tags: Facebook, Hong Kong, Minnesota, College, Uncategorized, US, Washington Dc, West Coast, Baltimore, Mark, Kevin, St Olaf, St Olaf College, Great College Advice, Goucher College, How To Choose A College


Master of Arts in Arts Administration – Goucher College

Designed for the working professional, the MA in Arts Administration from Goucher College allows you to live and work anywhere while you learn from national arts leaders. Master of Arts in Arts Administration – Goucher CollegeDesigned for the working professional, the MA in Arts Administration from Goucher College allows you to live and work anywhere while you study with national arts leaders. Established over 20 years ago, the format combines distance-learning with a short on-campus r...
Tags: Art, Education, MAAA, Goucher College, MA in Arts Administration, Master of Arts in Arts Administration, Lexi Rudolph, Ramona Baker


Goucher College Kills Music, Art And Music Programs

Goucher College is the latest institution to announce a series of program cuts following an academic prioritization process. Majors and minors in math, music, physics, religion, Russian and elementary and special education are being phased out, as are majors in studio art and theater, the college said this week. Book studies, German and Judaic studies will also be eliminated as stand-alone majors.
Tags: Art, Issues, Goucher College, 08.17.18


Goucher College Kills Music, Art And Theatre Programs

Goucher College is the latest institution to announce a series of program cuts following an academic prioritization process. Majors and minors in math, music, physics, religion, Russian and elementary and special education are being phased out, as are majors in studio art and theater, the college said this week. Book studies, German and Judaic studies will also be eliminated as stand-alone majors.
Tags: Art, Issues, Goucher College, 08.17.18


Governors Pull National Guard From Border Over Child Separation Policy

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — The governors of multiple East Coast states have announced that they will not deploy National Guard resources near the U.S.-Mexico border, a largely symbolic but politically significant rejection of the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance” immigration policy that has resulted in children being separated from their families. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, a Republican, announced Tuesday morning on his Twitter account that he has ordered four crewmembers and a helicopter to im...
Tags: New York, Texas, News, Maryland, Mexico, Virginia, Massachusetts, Ap, New Jersey, New Mexico, Carney, Andrew Cuomo, North Carolina, Donald Trump, East Coast, Delaware


Men's Tennis: Knights get back on track with 9-0 win over Goucher

The Carleton College men’s tennis team got back in the victory column with a 9-0 victory over Goucher College on Thursday in a match interrupted by stormy weather on Tuesday afternoon.
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Knights get back on track with 9-0 win over Goucher

The Carleton College men’s tennis team got back in the victory column with a 9-0 victory over Goucher College on Thursday in a match interrupted by stormy weather on Tuesday afternoon.
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Men's Tennis: Knights tame Gators; storm halts play vs. Goucher

The Carleton College men’s tennis team improved to 11-1 on the season after taming the Allegheny College Gators by an 8-1 margin. The Knights’ second match of the day versus Goucher College was suspended by stormy weather.
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Knights tame Gators; storm halts play vs. Goucher

The Carleton College men’s tennis team improved to 11-1 on the season after taming the Allegheny College Gators by an 8-1 margin. The Knights’ second match of the day versus Goucher College was suspended by stormy weather.
Tags: Carleton College, Goucher, Goucher College, Allegheny College Gators


New method could enable more stable and scalable quantum computing, Penn physicists report

Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania, in collaboration with Johns Hopkins University and Goucher College, have discovered a new topological material which may enable fault-tolerant quantum computing.
Tags: Science, University of Pennsylvania, Penn, Johns Hopkins University, Goucher College


EDS formally agrees to join with Union and appoints new Dean

Episcopal Divinity School today formally announced  their agreement with Union Seminary of New York and appointed the Rev. Kelly Brown Douglas as their new Dean . ENS: Episcopal Divinity School (EDS) and Union Theological Seminary announced May 19 that they have signed an agreement that will allow EDS to continue as an Episcopal seminary through a collaboration with Union at its campus in New York City beginning in the fall of 2018. “We had three goals when we began to plan this news phase in ED...
Tags: Maryland, New York City, Religion, People, Union, Jones, Douglas, Susan, Washington National Cathedral, The Lead, EDS, Andrew Gerns, Goucher College, Seminaries, Gary Hall, Episcopal Divinity School


Master of Arts in Arts Administration – Goucher College

Designed for the working professional, the MA in Arts Administration from Goucher College allows you to live and work anywhere while you study with national arts leaders. FLEXIBLE Our limited-residency format provides you the flexibility to enhance your career without interrupting your life. You can keep your job and engage in advanced learning that is […]
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Jane Austen Has Become An Alt-Right Icon, Somehow

Life as a Jane Austen fan can be, occasionally, infuriating. Male classmates deride her as subliterary fluff, pop culture uses her as a shorthand for romance novels, and, for women, professing to love her turns you into a cat-possessing cliché. The latest insult, however, is the most egregious yet: Alt-right thinkers have appropriated Austen as a symbol of white nationalism, according to a Chronicle of Higher Education article by Nicole M. Wright. Wright, an assistant professor of English at th...
Tags: News, Jane Austen, Boulder, Shakespeare, Huffington Post, University Of Colorado, Claire Fallon, Wright, Emma, Chronicle of Higher Education, Milo Yiannopoulos, Austen, Mansfield Park, Yiannopoulos, Goucher College, Nicole M Wright Wright


8 things you need to know this morning

Good morning, and happy last day of February. Today is going to get warmer — with temperatures in the mid-60s — but expect some rain later, possibly around your evening commute. Here are eight things to know to get your Tuesday started. A new poll from Goucher College found that Gov. Larry Hogan currently has a 63 percent approval rating, a considerably high number but a decrease from his 70 percent approval rating in September. Hogan has a 52 percent approval rating among Democrats, a 91… ...
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“Unholy Trinity:” Bishops United Against Gun Violence to facilitate Chicago conference

Bishops Against Gun Violence is the facilitator of a conference to address the “unholy trinity” of racism, poverty, and gun violence coming up in Chicago in April. From the press release: The conference will feature a “three-note” panel of African-American leaders offering perspectives on poverty, racism and gun violence and include Bible study focused on the conference themes and a public liturgy in the Hyde Park neighborhood of Chicago. Workshops at the conference are devoted to helping partic...
Tags: Religion, Poverty, Chicago, Racism, Newark, Hyde Park, Gun Violence, South Side, Michael Pfleger, Washington National Cathedral, The Lead, House of Deputies, Clark Jennings, Goucher College, Natalie Moore


Three pre-SPX events happen tonight in DC

Sept 15: Finnish Comics Now http://www.finland.org/Public/default.aspx?contentid=351234&culture=en-US The Embassy of Finland is excited to host an exhibition that showcases modern Finnish comics. Comic art has been a noticeable part of the Finnish art scene for a long time. Think about Tove Jansson and her beloved Moomin characters. Most Finns remember reading the Finnish Donald Duck magazine as a child, a habit that for many has continued past adulthood. Please join us at t...
Tags: Europe, Comics, Washington, Berlin, US, Spain, Washington Dc, Finland, Dc, Wall, Donald Duck, Tove Jansson, Max, State, East Germany, Schwartz


The Beginning Preparing for China

Today is Sunday July 31st. The last day of July and also the last Sunday I will have before I embark on my new journey to China. For all who don't know I recently graduated from Goucher College and have decided to take a break from school before entering
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The Global Search for Education: If You Teach Them They Will Grow

"The radical success of incarcerated Americans in college education is symbolic. It should move leaders in education to rethink the way we look at college admission and rethink the way we present the things we say we value."  --  Max Kenner Max Kenner believes that if you were to show the success rates of the graduates from the Bard Prison Initiative to experts in the social sciences, they would tell you the results are "impossible". The story of the Bard Prison Initiative (BPI), founded by...
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Encountering the Almighty God: 20 Minutes with David Hurd

Episcopal Café contributing editor Cara Ellen Modisett interviewed famed composer and organist David Hurd for The Living Church . Among the questions and his answers: At General Seminary, you were teaching future priests rather than future church musicians. What were the most important things you could give them? I think maybe the bottom line of my hope would be to leave them with an understanding that music is integral to worship. It’s not just something that’s drizzled over the top ornamentall...
Tags: New York, Christ, Salvation Army, Organ, Carnegie Hall, Memphis Tennessee, Liturgy, Roanoke Virginia, The Lead, Cara Modisett, David Hurd, Goucher College, Episcopal Diocese of Southwestern Virginia, Cara Ellen Modisett, General Seminary, St Elizabeth s Episcopal


Astoria Characters: The Painter Who's Coloring In Her Life Lines

Sometimes it takes a long time to figure out who you are and who you want to be. Photo by Nancy A. Ruhling Juniper started drawing as a child. For Juniper Foster, this is a very welcome work in progress. To see where she's been and where she's going, all she has to do is study her paintings. Photo by Nancy A. Ruhling Juniper's living room serves as her studio. This is something she gets to do a lot because she paints in the cramped living room of her one-bedroom apartment. Her abstract canva...
Tags: New York, Los Angeles, Manhattan, Juniper, Huffington Post, Nancy, Astoria, Nancy Ruhling, Nancy A Ruhling, Goucher College, Nancy A Ruhling Juniper, Hadlyme Connecticut, Juniper Art, Baltimore Photo, Hadlyme, Harry Folsom


Hogan's popularity remains high in Maryland, poll finds

Gov. Larry Hogan prepares to give the State of the State address on Feb. 3. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan remains highly popular in heavily Democratic Maryland, despite recent spats with lawmakers who say the Republican chief executive is combative and doesn't collaborate enough. A Goucher College poll released Tuesday found that 63 percent of Marylanders approve of the job Hogan is doing, an increase from 58 percent in an October poll by the same group.
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Marylanders give poor marks to lawmakers in latest Goucher Poll

Marylanders don't think state lawmakers are doing their job as well as Gov. Larry Hogan is, according to findings in a Goucher Poll released Tuesday. Of those who participated in the poll, conducted by Goucher College, 44 percent approve of the job being done by members of the General Assembly....
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