Witch Perspectives: Burning down the Old Standards

Ellie Baker

When it comes to witch iconography, most people will agree that this figure is inherited from European superstition during the early modern period.


Confronting the Coral Conundrum

Drew McRacken

Coral reefs are the foundation upon which the rest of the oceanic ecosystem sits upon.


Examining the Justifiability of Affirmative Action Policies for Blacks in Higher Education

Cheyenne Desrosiers

Affirmative action policies have been highly controversial for decades due to their focus on race-conscious admissions.


Pharmacogenomics: A Review of its Objectives, Successes, and Limitations

Hannah Shaw

Pharmacogenomics is the study of how a person’s genes affects their body’s response to drugs.


LSD and The Hippies: A Focused Analysis of Criminalization and Persecution In The Sixties

Miranda DiPaolo

Of all the counter-culture behaviors in the nineteen-sixties, the use of acid was one of the most stigmatized.


Tainted or Transcendent: The Political Recruitment of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony

Emma Schubart

Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony is one of the most enduring and revered musical works of all time, and it has been appropriated by a multitude of political movements over the years.


Building an Expert: The Deliberate Practice Debate in Music Performance

Ryan Wilcox

This paper examines the debate concerning deliberate practice’s value in improving musical performance.


Arts Integration: Implementing a Critical Yet Devalued Core Subject into US Public Schools

Sally Sasz

Despite the devalued status of visual arts programs in publics schools across the US, when it comes to the topic of the visual arts in education, it is widely understood that the visual arts a


Con(texts): A Digital Project on Textiles and Women's Authorship Through History

Hallie French

Textile, or text? In her digital project “Con(texts)”, Hallie French explores the idea of textiles as a means of authorship for women throughout the centuries.


The Black Dahlia: The 1947 Murder of Elizabeth Short

Morgan Korzik

The Black Dahlia is one of the most infamous unsolved murders in U.S. history, and has been memorialized in many books, films, documentaries and video games.


The Life Histories Collection: A Representative View of Race During the Great Depression?

Julie A. Hayes

Out of work and out of money, writers of the 1930s gained a unique job opportunity thanks to President Roosevelt’s Federal Writers’ Project, which allo