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Dear Black Child: A Discussion On The Formation Of Identity For African Diasporic Adolescents In The U.S., Sokhnagade B. Ndiaye Jun 2020

Dear Black Child: A Discussion On The Formation Of Identity For African Diasporic Adolescents In The U.S., Sokhnagade B. Ndiaye

All Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects

In this capstone project, I am using art, photography, and music to depict the experiences of African diasporic youth in the United States. I will explore the white supremacist systems that contribute to the anxiety that comes with being a black child in America. In this project, I plan to discuss the ways in which African diasporic adolescents develop their identity and consciousness and the ways in which living in American society helps and/or hinders the development of this identity and consciousness. I argue that living in the United States forces black youth to form double and triple consciousnesses ...


Fair World 64: A Text-Based Game Of The 1964–1965 World's Fair, Christofer R. Gass Jun 2020

Fair World 64: A Text-Based Game Of The 1964–1965 World's Fair, Christofer R. Gass

All Dissertations, Theses, and Capstone Projects

The project is a text-based game of a typical day during the first season of the 1964 World’s Fair in what is now Flushing Meadows-Corona Park. The 1964-1965 World’s Fair, that Robert Moses presided over as president, was one of the largest and most expensive fairs ever created, but only days after the last fairgoer left through the turnstile most of the many pavilions that brought education, entertainment, and joy to so many people were destroyed to leave a vast open space that is relatively empty to this day. Although most of the pavilions were either relocated or ...


The Adventures Of Crazy Space Pigeon And Catowl, Kati Silveria May 2020

The Adventures Of Crazy Space Pigeon And Catowl, Kati Silveria

2020 Symposium Creative Works

I have been fascinated by the processes of traditional hand printmaking techniques. (Relief, Lithography, Collagraph and Etching). Comics have also been a passion of mine for over ten years. I wanted to combine these two passions, comics and printmaking, into one work of art. It is a joy to create worlds and stories that people can dive into, engage with, and enjoy. My current project, The Adventures of Crazy Space Pigeon and Catowl, is aimed at creating one such world. The three stories in the book follow my two characters and their imaginary adventures. The book platform is created using ...


“Because Like – And So I Don’T – So I Think It’S Maybe, I Don’T Know”: Performing Traumatic Effects While Reading Lynda Barry’S The Freddie Stories, David Lewkowich, Michelle Miller Stafford May 2020

“Because Like – And So I Don’T – So I Think It’S Maybe, I Don’T Know”: Performing Traumatic Effects While Reading Lynda Barry’S The Freddie Stories, David Lewkowich, Michelle Miller Stafford

SANE journal: Sequential Art Narrative in Education

As a picture of childhood composed from the point of view of a young boy named Freddie, who suffers the effects of repeated and ongoing trauma, the experience of reading The Freddie Stories presents a number of interpretive challenges: its main character is often split and in various states of disassociation, the difference between dreaming and waking life is not always obvious, multiple monsters appear in different and changeable forms, and as Freddie experiences repeated difficulties with language and cognitive function, his traumatic past enfolds upon the time in which the story is set. In this paper, we analyze how ...


School Of Culinary Arts & Food Technology - Summer Newsletter 2020, James Murphy May 2020

School Of Culinary Arts & Food Technology - Summer Newsletter 2020, James Murphy

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The School of Culinary Arts and Food Technology, TU Dublin, Summer Newsletter captured the many events, research, awards, significant contributions and special civic and community activities which the students and staff members of the school have successfully completed up to the Summer period of 2020. The successful completion of these activities especially in these challenging times would not be possible without the active and on-going support of the 'INSPIRED' friends of Culinary Arts (school supporters) and our school's industry association supporters.


New Haven, Connecticut, Victoria E. Fox May 2020

New Haven, Connecticut, Victoria E. Fox

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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Unmei No Akai Ito, Michelle Elizondo May 2020

Unmei No Akai Ito, Michelle Elizondo

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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Untitled, Graham N. Hughes May 2020

Untitled, Graham N. Hughes

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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Rainy Day Lovers, Abigail Baker May 2020

Rainy Day Lovers, Abigail Baker

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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Brother, Alison Mchugh May 2020

Brother, Alison Mchugh

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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Atmospheric Wonder: The Turtle Experience, Hannah Mobley May 2020

Atmospheric Wonder: The Turtle Experience, Hannah Mobley

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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You Have Eyes, Elisa Klaassen May 2020

You Have Eyes, Elisa Klaassen

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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Too Early, Marcella Axelrad May 2020

Too Early, Marcella Axelrad

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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The Cliffs Of Moher, Megan M. Mishler May 2020

The Cliffs Of Moher, Megan M. Mishler

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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Structure Of Innocence, Megan J. Kettelkamp May 2020

Structure Of Innocence, Megan J. Kettelkamp

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

Chicago-based artist Meg Kettelkamp makes abstract paintings comprised of large gestural brushstrokes and playful mark making. Her process is experimental and questions traditional ideas about contemporary art.

Her work sketches out a world where cities are giant playgrounds for the workforce—the ideal space in which adults may reconnect with their childhood memories of spontaneity and innocence. Playgrounds and skyscrapers collide into abstract structures, bringing two worlds together and suggesting a return to a child-like simplicity and wonder.

The unrestrained energy of her work creates an immersive and imaginative flow of pigment that evokes curiosity and challenges the familiar.


Uneasy, Bethany Hofer May 2020

Uneasy, Bethany Hofer

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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The Face, Chloe Bogicevic May 2020

The Face, Chloe Bogicevic

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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Late Night Walks, Victoria E. Fox May 2020

Late Night Walks, Victoria E. Fox

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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Peace Throughout Stress #9, Hannah Mobley May 2020

Peace Throughout Stress #9, Hannah Mobley

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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Female Icon, K. Hope Tarleton May 2020

Female Icon, K. Hope Tarleton

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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Dawn And The Dusk, Michelle Elizondo May 2020

Dawn And The Dusk, Michelle Elizondo

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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Cleopatra, Marcella Axelrad May 2020

Cleopatra, Marcella Axelrad

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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Leaves In A Prairie, Alison Mchugh May 2020

Leaves In A Prairie, Alison Mchugh

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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Outstretched Hand, K. Hope Tarleton May 2020

Outstretched Hand, K. Hope Tarleton

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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Winds Of Change, Megan M. Mishler May 2020

Winds Of Change, Megan M. Mishler

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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Yes, Eazel I. Abbott May 2020

Yes, Eazel I. Abbott

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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Confused #1, Bethany Hofer May 2020

Confused #1, Bethany Hofer

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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“Birth”, Joshua C. Mettille May 2020

“Birth”, Joshua C. Mettille

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

I am an artist who creates abstracted images of birds using different colors, shapes, and lines. Each piece represents a major part of my past, present, or future and my memories and feelings associated with them. This is part of my solo exhibition “Reflections,” as I am reflecting back on my life through the act of painting.


Entire Issue, Kyra E. Blair, Rachel Sedgwick May 2020

Entire Issue, Kyra E. Blair, Rachel Sedgwick

TYGR: Student Art and Literary Magazine 2018-present

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The Lump In Her Breast, Michayla Ashley May 2020

The Lump In Her Breast, Michayla Ashley

Diamond Line Undergraduate Literary Magazine

Michayla Ashley is a rising senior at the University of Arkansas, majoring in English (Creative Writing). She is pleased to say The Diamond Line Literary Magazine will be the first of many publications.