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  • Young, Liz (2018-05)
    Flipping through a newspaper or skimming through a magazine is often times a mindless task. Readers wait for something to catch their eye. A snappy headline grabs their attention, but so does something else: the way the ...
  • Weingart, Valerie (2018-05)
    The task of incorporating music into an Honors Humanities course can be daunting to anyone who is not a musician, for the language of music and music theory can seem incomprehensible to those unfamiliar with it. But, ...
  • Walker, Vincent (2018-05)
    It appears at first glance as though truth is no longer relevant in a post-2016 presidential election. Indeed, many indicators suggest that the candidates, the political system, and society itself are becoming less trustworthy ...
  • Tuchman, Courtney (2108-05)
    The most marvelously crafted screenplay in the world is nothing if casted with bland, flat characters. Group dynamics are some of the most challenging, yet most important realistic qualities a writer must capture in her ...
  • Trepton, Lindsey (2018-05)
    Dance is seldom associated with mathematics. Yet, dance formations, the arrangement of the performers on stage, are based upon clever number manipulation. The primary factor of a formation is its number of performers. Once ...
  • Swearingen, Rachel (2018-05)
    Horses have been a part of society since they were first domesticated 6,000 years ago, giving people for the first time the ability to travel up to 35 miles per hour and near 100 miles per day. This changed the way people ...
  • Sutcliffe, Kia (2018-05)
    The Winter Guard International (WGI) organization facilitates the competitive sport of indoor percussion. Founded in 1993, WGI has seen a multitude of changes in the activity such as the introduction of visual-lines and a ...
  • Stephens, Anna (2018-05)
    Music is a powerful way to communicate that which words cannot adequately describe. The goal of my project is to musically convey how I have developed in several aspects of my life including mentally and emotionally ...
  • Stamper, Lindsey (2018-05)
    This thesis paper, as well as the accompanying recital, delves into the topic of The Great American Songbook Through the Lens of Judy Garland. The Great American Songbook is a collection of American standard repertoire ...
  • Stacey, Nicole (2018-05)
    Social interaction is a complicated chain of projection and perception in which perception of personal identity can be affected. There are certain social cues that have been deemed unacceptable by society at large, like ...
  • Soutar, Samantha (2018-05)
    The valuation and sale process for small privately owned companies can be a challenging and tedious task for even the most experienced individuals. Due to the size, variability, lack of public statements and stock value, ...
  • Somerson, Erica (2018-05)
    Do You Trust Me? explores definitions and understandings of safety and belonging across identities and experiences, with regards to race, ethnicity, color, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, and body ...
  • Smith, Rebecca (2018-05)
    Organizations such as the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and the American Heart Association (AHA) have produced pivotal research substantiating claims that cardiovascular health is vital to maintaining one's ...
  • Skomer, Kelsey (2018-05)
    When two neutron stars collide in outer space, they either create a black hole or a new star. The Collision Project podcast does not feature colliding stars, but instead works to collide ideas to create something new. By ...
  • Shull, Elaine (2018-05)
    Delaware County currently has the highest percentage of children living in poverty. We researched and found an abundance of information on low-SES (socioeconomic status) schools and communities, and we have discovered some ...
  • Sheets, Alexis (2018-05)
    Making decisions between career and family can be difficult for many American parents. As labor force participation rates for women decline and the cost of child care continues to increase, the role of the employer in ...
  • Riels, Kierstin (2018-05)
    There is a need for in-depth research into the individual symptoms of schizotypy to not only further understanding of how these symptoms interact in the condition itself, but also in the larger schizophrenia spectrum. ...
  • Power, Olivia J. (2018-05)
    For many students, coming to college presents opportunities for increased independence. When many students enter Ball State, they are at an age where they are able to register to vote for the first time, and may be thinking ...
  • Peterson, Jacob L. (2018-05)
    Immigrants are taking American jobs, but we are all better off because of it. Given today's political environment, immigrants are viewed to be a burden on American resources. This study examines American poultry and crop ...
  • Parks, Kristen (2018-05)
    In the Kingdom of Eddor, Princess Asta has been locked away for too long. When she gets out, she's ready for revenge on her father the King, who locked her away in the first place. As she goes on a journey to rid herself ...

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