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The Lantern, 2009-2010, Ronak Darji, Callie Ingram, Robert Whitehead, Scott Sherman, Katherine Murphy, Josh Ecker, Sophia Lazare, Elisa Diprinzio, Allison Cavanaugh, Sarah Brand, Nathaniel Rosenthalis, Pete Lipsi, Ellyn Rolleston, Shane Kowalski, Josh Aungst, Ciara Adams, Gianna Paone, Brooke Haley, Connor Mcnamara, Sarah Schwolsky, Arielle Ross, Greta Martikainen-Watcke, Katie Simmon, Stephanie Bartusis, Ross Whitehurst, Jared Ellis, Amanda Schwartz, Shaun Frank, Judson Monroe, David J. Hysek, Sean Rosenberg, Maeve Sutherland, Nicole Feight, Edwin Kosik, Tanja Johansson, Maire Moriarty, Elizabeth Cannon, Elizabeth Mathis, Amber Spurka, Josh Krigman, Lindsay Hogan, Samuel Stahller '10, Deanna Hayes '10, Anne Johnson, Matt Whitman, Kieslana Wing, Ananda Holton Apr 2010

The Lantern, 2009-2010, Ronak Darji, Callie Ingram, Robert Whitehead, Scott Sherman, Katherine Murphy, Josh Ecker, Sophia Lazare, Elisa Diprinzio, Allison Cavanaugh, Sarah Brand, Nathaniel Rosenthalis, Pete Lipsi, Ellyn Rolleston, Shane Kowalski, Josh Aungst, Ciara Adams, Gianna Paone, Brooke Haley, Connor Mcnamara, Sarah Schwolsky, Arielle Ross, Greta Martikainen-Watcke, Katie Simmon, Stephanie Bartusis, Ross Whitehurst, Jared Ellis, Amanda Schwartz, Shaun Frank, Judson Monroe, David J. Hysek, Sean Rosenberg, Maeve Sutherland, Nicole Feight, Edwin Kosik, Tanja Johansson, Maire Moriarty, Elizabeth Cannon, Elizabeth Mathis, Amber Spurka, Josh Krigman, Lindsay Hogan, Samuel Stahller '10, Deanna Hayes '10, Anne Johnson, Matt Whitman, Kieslana Wing, Ananda Holton

The Lantern Literary Magazines

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• They Used to Talk About Burning Cities
• MESSAGE: Absence for Allen Ginsberg
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• Behold! Man of Unbelief! Behold!
• Dream #1 Final Strophe
• Patience (Things You Will Discover)
• Four Years
• He Falls Like Leaves
• The Quilt
• Ariel (Turning Tricks at Fisherman's Wharf, Monterey, California)
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• The Taste of Morning
• Fear of Glory
• The Rum Bottle's Fortune
• While Thinking of What to Write
• Dying in Spring
• Tutte ...


The Bridge, Volume 7, 2010, Bridgewater State College Jan 2010

The Bridge, Volume 7, 2010, Bridgewater State College

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Volume 7 Staff

Nathan Clapp, Editor-in-Chief
Matthew Keogh, Editor-in-Chief
Liz Childs
Kyle J. Giacomozzi
Samantha Haapaoja
Lauren Hazirjian
Christina Hickman
Megan Hudson
Jing Liang
Justin Mantell
Jillian Moore
Stephen Plummer
Ryan Ribeiro
Shannon Rosenblat

Mary Dondero, Faculty Advisor
Jerald Walker, Faculty Advisor
Linda Hall, Alumni Consultant
Rosann Kozlowski, Alumni Consultant


The Mercury 2010 Jan 2010

The Mercury 2010

The Mercury

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Journeys Into The Unknown: A Series Of Science Architecture Tasks And Events, Space-Bound Explorations And Far-Travels, Discoveries And Misses (Near And Far), Imaginative Space-Gazing And Related Investigations, Observations, Orbits, And Other Repetitious Monitoring Tasks, Leah Beeferman Jan 2010

Journeys Into The Unknown: A Series Of Science Architecture Tasks And Events, Space-Bound Explorations And Far-Travels, Discoveries And Misses (Near And Far), Imaginative Space-Gazing And Related Investigations, Observations, Orbits, And Other Repetitious Monitoring Tasks, Leah Beeferman

Theses and Dissertations

This thesis expansively and inclusively puts forth the imaginings, research, processes and experiences behind my two thesis exhibitions, "Journeys into the unknown: a series of science architecture tasks and events, space-bound explorations and far-travels, discoveries and misses (near and far), imaginative space-gazing and related investigations, observations, orbits, and other repetitious monitoring tasks" and "Timed travel: asystematic accounts of regular and geometrical timekeeping, orbital flight, repetitive rotations and other journeys into actual time and slow space." It begins with an abstract interpretation of the dial: a tool not limited to scientific measurement but, instead, a gauge of an object’s overall ...