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Tygr 2010: Student Art And Literary Magazine, Jill Forrestal, William Greiner, Keitha Wickey 2010 Olivet Nazarene University

Tygr 2010: Student Art And Literary Magazine, Jill Forrestal, William Greiner, Keitha Wickey

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine Archives (1985-2017)

TYGR is the student art and literary magazine for Olivet Nazarene University.

[Historical Muse] The Tyger -- William Blake


Editing The Outcrowd, Alex Kish 2010 Syracuse University

Editing The Outcrowd, Alex Kish

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

My capstone project is the completion of two issues of The Outcrowd, a student run lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and ally magazine at Syracuse University. I served as editor-in-chief of the publication from fall 2009 to spring 2010. As a magazine journalism major, my leadership position on t this campus magazine helped improve my editorial skills, and taught me to become a more effective leader. Both issues were published toward the end of both semesters and were distributed across Syracuse University’s campus.

My reflective essay discusses the editorial vision behind the publication. Since its creation, The Outcrowd has ...


Advanced Studies In The Graphic Novel, Thomas Barkman 2010 University of Rhode Island

Advanced Studies In The Graphic Novel, Thomas Barkman

Senior Honors Projects

Advanced Studies in the Graphic Novel entails a practical intimacy with the form. My work serves to elucidate only some of the many differences between the graphic novel and traditional literature, to complicate the use of written language in the form as it relates to images, to address confrontations with publishing, and to share intimately the process and mechanisms by which my effort functions.

The paper will reveal the guts of the effort (itself a graphic novel) and in doing so will highlight issues as they uniquely relate to the form, and hopefully encourage others to attempt such work. The ...


True You Magazine, Amanda Romaniello 2010 Syracuse University

True You Magazine, Amanda Romaniello

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

True You Magazine was created because of the turmoil and conflict that today’s media creates for young girls between the ages of 10 years old and 14 years old. Girls of this age are highly susceptible to influences of any media form, including magazines, television shows, and movies. In the magazine industry, there are many women’s and teen fashion and health magazines. Unfortunately, the majority of these publications lack healthy representation of female bodies. Some of these magazines also discuss and advise on topics, like sex or dieting, that girls in this young age range should not be ...


Ten Words You May Want To Strike From Your Manuscript If Reading To Middle-Schoolers, Bryan M. Furuness, Amy Minton 2010 Butler University

Ten Words You May Want To Strike From Your Manuscript If Reading To Middle-Schoolers, Bryan M. Furuness, Amy Minton

Bryan M. Furuness

No abstract available


Empoderamiento - La Cultura, Reclamando Derechos E Identidad Y Expresión Poética En El Valle Del Chota, Hannah Roth 2010 Hamilton College

Empoderamiento - La Cultura, Reclamando Derechos E Identidad Y Expresión Poética En El Valle Del Chota, Hannah Roth

Hannah Roth

Mi proyecto es una encrucijada de muchos temas: Apelar a la identidad y la historia Afroecuatoriano a través de la educación. El reconocimiento de la historia, la cultura, la identidad, y los derechos afroecuatorianos es una manera de empoderarse y esto es lo que yo observé en la familia Chalá Lara y en las comunidades en el Valle del Chota.

Yo hice una investigación sobre la identidad afroecuatoriana, el impacto de Etnoeducación, y poesía como una herramienta de empoderamiento. En las clases de Etnoeducación aprendí mucho sobre el origen y la importancia de valorar la historia afroecuatoriana. Sin embargo, vi ...


The Knothole, April 30, 2010, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry Student Body 2010 SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry

The Knothole, April 30, 2010, Suny College Of Environmental Science And Forestry Student Body

The Knothole

16 page issue of The Knothole. The mission of The Knothole publication is to provide its readers with writings that are both stimulating and contemporary; to inform its students of clubs, events, and off-campus happenings; to challenge a world driven by progress to uncover the truth about current environmental policies and innovations; and to express such ideas, ingeniously and collectively.


Moral Absolutism In Arthur Miller's The Crucible, Jennifer Rodgers 2010 The College at Brockport

Moral Absolutism In Arthur Miller's The Crucible, Jennifer Rodgers

English Master’s Theses

The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, explores several complex and trans-historic topics, many of which relate to the playwright's experiences during the McCarthy era. Miller asks his audience to value independent and personal truths, which he defines as more morally right and good than social truths. This is because, in the playwright's mind, social truths are often manipulated and exploited to gain a desired personal result regardless of how they affect other's lives. In order to illuminate this point, he repeatedly plays with the concepts of truth and lies, confession and accusation, as well as public and private ...


Brahms, Opus 32: The Forgotten Cycles, Patrick Russell 2010 Stephen F Austin State University

Brahms, Opus 32: The Forgotten Cycles, Patrick Russell

Undergraduate Research Conference

A song cycle may be loosely defined as a set of works for solo voice and piano intended for performance as a whole, and in a predetermined order. Established by such composers as Beethoven, Schubert and Schumann, cycles are typically characterized by a deliberate structure, the texts of which are almost without exception by the same author. So conventional is the practice of containing the settings of a single poet, it may be considered a prerequisite. Song cycles are also distinguished, therefore, by one or more unifying elements originating in the poetry, such as literary themes or narration. It is ...


Paper Cuts, Christine Jackson 2010 Nova Southeastern University

Paper Cuts, Christine Jackson

Quadrivium: A Journal of Multidisciplinary Scholarship

No abstract provided.


"To The Piano," "Midnight Cowboy," "Shoveling Gravel," "Felt-Board Cosmos," And "Panning For Gold", David L. McNaron 2010 Nova Southeastern University

"To The Piano," "Midnight Cowboy," "Shoveling Gravel," "Felt-Board Cosmos," And "Panning For Gold", David L. Mcnaron

Quadrivium: A Journal of Multidisciplinary Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Digging Through Memories, Colby J. Proffitt 2010 University of Mary Washington

Digging Through Memories, Colby J. Proffitt

Student Research Submissions

No abstract provided.


The Knothole, April 9, 2010, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry Student Body 2010 SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry

The Knothole, April 9, 2010, Suny College Of Environmental Science And Forestry Student Body

The Knothole

16 page issue of The Knothole. The mission of The Knothole publication is to provide its readers with writings that are both stimulating and contemporary; to inform its students of clubs, events, and off-campus happenings; to challenge a world driven by progress to uncover the truth about current environmental policies and innovations; and to express such ideas, ingeniously and collectively.


Ursus Americanus, Lindsey Birdsall Brown 2010 The College at Brockport

Ursus Americanus, Lindsey Birdsall Brown

English Master’s Theses

This essay collection examines my experience as the single mother of a biracial child and uses it as impetus for posing larger questions about race and class in America. The piece "Good Hair" outlines my first attempt at explaining my son's racial origins to him, "Peacocks" examines my choice to become a single mother by juxtaposing it with our culture's mythology about spinsters and brides, and "Ursus Americanus" uses the initiating incident of a bear roosting in a city tree to examine the causes and consequences of human cultural and class migrations in Rochester, NY. Although grounded in ...


Finding Your Own Voice: Braxton Interviews Cortez, Joanne Braxton 2010 Selected Works

Finding Your Own Voice: Braxton Interviews Cortez, Joanne Braxton

Joanne Braxton

Dr. Braxton conducted an interview with internationally acclaimed jazz poet and activist Jayne Cortez.  In her introduction, Braxton referred to Cortez as an “inspirational figure” who has created films and founded theater companies in addition to establishing her core body of work that includes 10 books of poetry and nine recordings.  “Her voice is celebrated for its political, surrealistic, innovative, dynamic innovations in lyricism and visceral sound,” Braxton said. “To hear Jayne Cortez’s poetry is to feel it.”


Photonovels: Educational Resources To Prevent Agricultural Illnesses And Injuries, M. Susan Jones, Carol A. Koetke 2010 Western Kentucky University

Photonovels: Educational Resources To Prevent Agricultural Illnesses And Injuries, M. Susan Jones, Carol A. Koetke

M. Susan Jones

Photonovels use photographs and a story featuring people from the community, familiar settings, and a simple text to deliver an educational message. This unique educational tool lends itself to a wide variety of topics and targets audiences including farmers, farm workers and their families. Information on how to design, create and use photonovels to prevent agricultural injuries and illnesses will be presented.


Writers Of Calendars, Christine Stewart-Nunez 2010 South Dakota State University

Writers Of Calendars, Christine Stewart-Nunez

English Faculty Publications

This work was published in North Dakota Quarterly (2010) 77:2-3.


Zephyr: The Eleventh Issue, Zephyr Faculty Advisor, Angelena Pepe, Ian Guite, April Mroz, Brianna Pierce, Jackie Proulx, Courtney MacLeod, Amber Benoit, Cassandra Britton, Jennifer Christman, Elisabeth Ziemba 2010 University of New England

Zephyr: The Eleventh Issue, Zephyr Faculty Advisor, Angelena Pepe, Ian Guite, April Mroz, Brianna Pierce, Jackie Proulx, Courtney Macleod, Amber Benoit, Cassandra Britton, Jennifer Christman, Elisabeth Ziemba

Zephyr

This is the eleventh issue of Zephyr, the University of New England's journal of creative expression. Since 2000, Zephyr has published original drawings, paintings, photography, prose, and verse created by current and former members of the University community. Zephyr's Editorial Board is made up exclusively of matriculating students.


Winter Grasses, Mary Leader 2010 University of Iowa

Winter Grasses, Mary Leader

The Iowa Review

No abstract provided.


Pathos, Spring 2010, Portland State University. Student Publications Board 2010 Portland State University

Pathos, Spring 2010, Portland State University. Student Publications Board

Pathos

Editors: Joel Eisenhower and Richard Hernandez

Issue 12


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