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Devereaux touts Goucher’s potential as a national brand (access required)

With its focus on study abroad and social justice along with a reputation as an innovative school, Goucher College should be a national brand, said Kent Devereaux, who took over as the college’s president last month. Those points may be ...

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Chabad house sues Baltimore County over demolition order (access required)

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The operators of a Jewish outreach program are suing Baltimore County for discrimination over an expansion for their Chabad house. The Friends of Lubavitch, the rabbi designated to reside in the Towson Chabad House, and students and alumni who used ...

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Goucher College cuts math, physics, several other majors (access required)

Goucher College is cutting several majors and minors amid a cost-cutting “academic revitalization.” Goucher President Jose Antonio Bowen informed the campus community in a letter that the Towson school needs to reallocate resources, which means cutting majors such as mathematics, physics ...

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Some Md. private universities would take a hit under tax proposal (access required)

Some Maryland colleges would have to pay taxes on investment earnings under the tax legislation proposed by Republicans in the U.S.  House of Representatives. The colleges warn that the taxes could lower the amount of money they have to spend on ...

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Goucher College extends president’s contract (access required)

Goucher College has extended President José Antonio Bowen’s contract for another five years. The extension will allow Bowen to continue his efforts to redevelop the curriculum, improve campus facilities and advance diversity on campus, among other initiatives, the college announced ...

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