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It's better to buy your books after. Some professors might not even use some of the books that are labeled "required." It's all up to the teacher really.
You can always communicate with your professors ahead of time regarding books and if you can buy less expensive earlier editions of the textbooks that they assigned. I like to shop for books online. You can get used books at good prices such as Amazon, Half.com run by Ebay, and Barnes and Noble which also has a textbook website for buying and selling used books. There are plenty more of course. I hope that this helps.
I am not a vegan, but I do know there's lots of options. I've had the veggie burgers quite a few times, and those are usually good. Lots of salads and such too.
I am not a vegan, but I have seen and tasted plenty of dishes that were offered that were vegan and that tasted really good. There are a least a few options on a regular basis. I get the impression that there are a number of vegans and vegetarians on campus.
It is good. I am able to use my Nook and my Samsung Galaxy in the dorms without any problems.
Pretty good. Every once in a while, the wifi is down for a couple hours, but otherwise I rarely have a problem with it.
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Written by Becca Titus
Goucher provides an atmosphere for students to grow, learn, and expand their views on the world without being restricted or criticized. With an attentive and experienced faculty, freedom to design one’s major, endless leadership opportunities, and a stimulating series of lectures, discussions, and performances, the Goucher experience is one-of-a-kind. Goucher is also the first school in the country to require that all students complete a study abroad experience. Despite complaints on parking, public transportation, the social scene, and campus facilities, the majority of Goucher students have great overall experiences. The quality and variety of the academics, study abroad programs, and the close-knit community are among the contributing factors to their experiences.
Students who transferred or wish they did disliked the atmosphere of student apathy toward on-campus events, clubs, and athletics. They felt that Goucher’s small community was too small for them and that it didn't provide enough options when it came to both academic and social life. One difference between those who have a great overall experience and those who do not is that the first group knows what they want from Goucher and are willing to take initiative to achieve it. The College doesn’t create the college experience for you—you actually have to get involved on campus and be proactive about things that interest you to find your place within the Goucher community. Students actively involved on campus cite this supportive and open-minded community as the core of their positive experience.
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