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    • Food Allergies: An Everyday Battle 

      Koukides, Eleni (2010-12-16)
      This project includes six articles in an ongoing column on living life with food allergies. More than 12 million American's suffer from food allergies every year. This breaks down to one out of every four people, yet there ...
    • Food Fight: A Teen Boy's Struggle to Defeat Anorexia 

      Ferrari, Camillo (2012-12-13)
      This thesis project is the non-fiction account of my struggle to defeat anorexia as a teenage boy. It chronicles the physical and emotional issues I faced over the course of two years while battling the disorder. The story ...
    • Fostering Critical Thinking Through Critical Pedagogy in the High School English Classroom 

      Esposito, Dena (2010-05-11)
      This project is a teaching guide to help high school English teachers use the strategy called "Critical Pedagogy" linking the students' actual experience with curriculum texts to foster critical thinking in the adolescent ...
    • Four Fires 

      Lance, Brian (2015-12-23)
      <p><em>Four Fires is a 90,000-word novel about coming of age in a military family. The</em></p> <p><em>story follows three generations of American veterans, capturing the nature of military</em></p> <p><em>tradition and ...
    • Frontmatter 

      Unknown author (2009-02-19)
    • Further Expansion of the Archivists' Toolkit into the ATReference 

      Stevens, Brian (2011-10-01)
      The open-sourced Archivists' Toolkit developed to streamline archival work-flows has seen the development of a patron registration module. This added development is called the ATReference and it is now available to archives ...
    • Game and Pen 

      Perry, Johanna (2015-06-29)
      <p>Questions of Who am I? Where did I come from? and Why am I here? provide fertile energy for anyone’s exploration over a lifetime. <em>Game and Pen </em>is historical research revealed through a creative non-fiction lens ...
    • Gardentry 

      Barton, Kathleen (2012-12-13)
      Gardentry is a collection of poems for the third to fifth grader. The poems center around a theme of nature and things that happen outdoors; the collection is also intended to spark further exploration of both science and ...
    • Gender Camouflage: Women and the U.S. Military 

      D'Amico, Francine; Weinstein, Laurie (New York University Press York, 1999-03-01)
      <p><em>Gender Camouflage </em>brings together a diverse array of authors to explore the controversy surrounding women's military service, to examine the invisibility of civilian women who support the institution, and to ...
    • Gendered Expectations; Moderate Deviance in Georgian London 

      McDonald, Shannon (2011-05)
      The Duchess of Devonshire was a passionate participant in the Westminster Election of 1784. Her experience is an illustrious example of a woman in history who faced ridicule due to failure to comply to her gender and social ...
    • Generation Last: An instrument for classroom instruction 

      Laura, Isaac (2008-12-18)
      Abstract This is a thesis project intended to foster the creative writing and critical thinking skills of upper level high school students. The story is designed to engage students in thinking outside the realm of the ...
    • George Irving (Interview) 

      Geroge, Irving; Coleman, John (interviewer) (2008-04-22)
      Irving was drafted into the US Army whereupon he arrived in Normandy, France following the main invasion. He and his tank crew fought with the US Army into Germany, including a supporting action at the Battle of the Bulge.
    • George Wheeler (Interview) 

      Wheeler, George; Neylon, Thomas(Interviewer) (2008-05-15)
      George Wheeler talks about his early life briefly and then to his enlistment with the Army. Trained as a cannoneer in basic training. He was briefly in Scotland and then London, before being shipped to North Africa. He was ...
    • Girls and Horses 

      Jacocks, Catherine (2010-12-16)
      Girls and Horses is a collection of short stories exploring the bond shared by a girl and her horse. "Breaking In" introduces a young girl waiting expectantly to meet her first horse, but she faces disappointment when the ...
    • God Called in Sick 

      DeVellis, Corey (2012-12-13)
      This project is the first five chapters, glossary & outline of a novel entitled God Called in Sick. The novel is set in a world of alternate history where the United States is a very different, yet similar, entity. It ...
    • Going Green: Who's Committed and Who's Faking their Commitment? 

      Bartenstein, Kimberly (2010-05-11)
      Making false claims about eco-friendly products is a concept called "green washing". Green washing misleads green supporters when they unknowingly buy into these invalid claims. This thesis provides information so that ...
    • "Going Up?" 

      Doolittle, Kara (2009-12-17)
      This project has two parts. The first part is a short, one-act play satirizing ambition in an inner city office environment. The play centers on the competition between two office workers, Steven and Jane, and "Flunkie" ...
    • Goodbye Yeats and O’Neill: Farce in Contemporary Irish and Irish-American Narratives 

      Hagan, Edward (Rodopi York, 2010-01-01)
      The book is a study of works by more than a dozen authors, including Roddy Doyle, Nuala O’Faolain, Colum McCann, William Kennedy, Alice McDermott, Mary Gordon and Thomas Kelly. The study argues that farce has been a major ...