From America’s Best Kept College Secrets –
“Goucher’s campus is pretty – always has been – in a same-stone-building-on a-leafy-campus kind of way. Unlike many of the women’s colleges approaching the same birthday milestones, Goucher actually had a plan, implemented in the 1950’s. The idea was to use local stone, beige Butler Stone, in modern buildings that actually considered the natural contours of the landscape. As a result, Goucher looks both thoughtfully planned and pleasantly uncomplicated; there is no hodge-podge of older crumbling former mansions and unfortunate odd corners with failed cement experiments from the ‘60s…”
Find the full profile of Goucher in America’s Best Kept College Secrets.