Loyola psychology students create Charm City Initiative to help children process Baltimore unrest
After watching the Baltimore unrest in April, Merrill Reiter, a clinical psychology master’s student at Loyola University Maryland, struggled to process what was happening around her. What’s more, she wasn’t sure how to get involved to help others, to repair the city that she called home.
Populist, Not Progressive – Presidential Opinion
On the presidential campaign trail, we’re seeing one so-called progressive candidate after another call for the federal government to enact major new spending programs to hold down tuition at public universities. Here’s the thing -- the results would be regressive: the prime beneficiaries of these proposals will be wealthier students who currently do not receive means-tested federal dollars.
Goucher College Selects Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot as the 2015-16 Hughes Center Politician-in-Residence
Goucher College is pleased to announce Maryland State Comptroller Peter Franchot will serve as the 2015-16 Sarah T. Hughes Field Politics Center politician-in-residence.