"I love that Red Emma’s uses environmentally and ethically sound sources for their coffee. It’s a radical bookstore with some really interesting reads. I literally have lost track of time perusing their shelves."
International Relations and Environmental Studies
Kathmandu Kitchen, a 10-minute walk from Goucher’s campus in Towson, is Erin’s go-to place for Indian-Nepalese food. “I absolutely love the food at Kathmandu Kitchen. It’s also very easy on my college-student budget; they have free delivery and an amazing, eat-in lunch buffet special for only eight bucks. I recommend the paneer masala, navratan korma, and kheer (rice pudding).”
When Erin wants to take in Baltimore’s thriving art scene, she uses the Baltimore Collegetown Shuttle, MTA buses, and light rail to get there. The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) is free and it’s a short walk from the Johns Hopkins Collegetown Shuttle stop. Erin enjoys the contemporary and modern art exhibits at the BMA as well as the unique, whimsical exhibits at the American Visionary Art Museum in Federal Hill.
One her favorite spots in Baltimore to hang out or study is Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffehouse on North Avenue. “I love that Red Emma’s uses environmentally and ethically sound sources for their coffee. It’s a radical bookstore with some really interesting reads. I literally have lost track of time perusing their shelves.”
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