Firstly, I'm so excited to hear that you're interested in Goucher! I'm currently a senior French major and I LOVE my school
Quirky is definitely a good way to describe the students- there are certainly a LOT of unique and fascinating people on campus. This makes for a very free sort of atmosphere, where people aren't really afraid of being judged or categorized because we all have our own little "quirks."
As far as males/females, it is true that it's a bit disproportionate, but I personally have never felt uncomfortable because of it. There ARE guys here, it's just more likely than not that your classes will have more women in them than men. So it is noticeable, but never so severe that you feel like you're at an all girls school.
We have a great communications program here. I'm currently taking my first Com course- The Environment, Consumerism and the Media I believe it's called. It's really exciting
I would definitely contact the head of the department if you have specific questions or just want to get a better feel for the department: The website Goucher College: Communications and Media Studies Department Description
and Shirley Peroutka is the chair: email@example.com
Shirley is my professor and she is fantastic!! Very vibrant and full of facts and is always excited to teach us new things. She can probably give you some students to contact who are majoring in communications, if you are interested.
Hope this helps, let me know if you have more questions!