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    • Keep Moving Forward 

      Trejo, Jes (Jes Trejo, 4/28/2012)
      Keep Moving Forward is a story written in the inspiration of author Charles Bukowski, specifically in spirit of Ham On Rye. Similarly to that novel, this story is written in the form of dirty realism, with an intended ...
    • Kendra 

      Cumming, Katrina (2010-10-01)
    • Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and the Developments of the 9/11 Trial 

      Durkin, Joshua (2010-05-11)
      This thesis explores what the author learned while reporting on the developments of the 9/11 trial from January through April 2010. The thesis explores several narratives the surround the trial to prosecute self-professed ...
    • Kill 'Em Dead 

      Domenic, Molinaro (2012-12-13)
      This thesis is parts of a larger work tentatively titled "Kill 'Em Dead". In this work the protagonist is a zombie in an unnamed technological wasteland. Hi mimics the detectives and cowboys. They are both in a fugue state ...
    • Killing It 

      Bernier, Carolyn (2018-08-20)
      <p>Though Sloan has graduated college, she still lives with her parents in suburbia. It’s the late aughts and the economy has faltered. Poor job prospects dim Sloan’s view of life. She fights for a decent job and creative ...
    • Language and the Negotiation of Power Relationships in Selected Lais of Marie de France 

      Roberts, Karen (2007-12-22)
      The twelfth-century Lais of Marie de France reveal a societal move from using violence and force as the predominant method of negotiating power relationships to the use of language and words to affect the power dynamic ...
    • Leading Man: Hollywood and the Presidential Image (The) 

      Peretti, Burton (Rutgers University Presshttp://rutgerspress.rutgers.edu/product/Leading-Man,4151.aspxPrinceton, NJ, 2012-09-01)
      In The Leading Man, Burton W. Peretti explores the development of the cinematic presidential image. He sets the scene in chapter 1 to show us how the chief executive, beginning with George Washington, was positioned to ...
    • Legislative Breakfast 

      Rinker, Linda (2010-01-01)
    • Less Paper, More Learning: The Future of Education 

      Kilgore, Kristopher (2012-05-01)
      Technological advances are becoming more and more present in the modern day world, including in the school systems. In past years, schools have already been exposed to newer technology such as SMART boards, laptops, and ...
    • Library support for accreditation: A guide to online resources 

      Schmiedel, Tom (2017-02-01)
      The resources on this guide provide information on accreditation from a variety of perspectives. First there are the national, regional, and disciplinary accreditation agencies. After that there are perspectives and ...
    • Life or Death 

      Spada, Shannon (2012-05-01)
      In this complete short story, entitled "Life or Death," cousins Dee and Casey Larson think they know their family and the ones they love. They think they know what will happen next. They think everything is written in a ...
    • Light Years, Dark Matter 

      Johnson, Melissa (2018-05-20)
      <p>Inspired by the eighty-eight official constellations, this book explores one poet’s associations between these stellar stories and life on Earth. Poems in Light Years, Dark Matter explore fictional, mythological, cultural, ...
    • LITERATURE RESPONSE BLOGS AND SUMMER LITERACY: EXPLORING SUMMER READING SETBACK AND READING MOTIVATION OF 3RD GRADE DEVELOPING READERS 

      Galdo, JoAnne (2013-05-01)
      <p>This study investigated the impact of Web 2.0-based literature response blogs on summer reading loss and student reading motivation. There is limited empirical research that connects summer reading and the use of social ...
    • Live on, The Champion 

      Rosso, Joe (2010-05-11)
      This thesis project is a short story entitled "Live on, The Champion." It recounts the tale of Big Lowell, a screenwriter and film director, who is looking to redeem his name after making a "stinker" of a film. He resolves ...
    • Live or die? Effects of anonymity on moral decisions 

      Crayco, Kim (2007-06-12)
      Do morals change due to a specific situation? Thirty undergraduate students solved a series of moral dilemmas under one of two conditions. Participants were lead to believe they were going to discuss their answers in ...
    • Logos 

      Bander, Matthew (2013-05-07)
      This thesis is a collection of essays about various topics relating to logos: their history, evolution, implementation, psychology, and symbolism. Essays include such topics as what came before logos, two histories on the ...
    • Loreny Hazel Interview 

      Scalora, Alyssa--Interviewer; Hazel, Loreny (2009-09-09)
      Loreny's experience coming to America.
    • Losing Enchanton 

      Pickle, Kathy (2011-05-23)
      Losing Enchanton is a coming of age story about an eleven-year-old girl named Ally. On the same day that Ally starts middle school she happens upon a magical world named Enchanton. Ally not only learns that Enchanton is ...
    • Louise Andrews (interview) 

      Andrews, Louise; Gleeson, Mary (interviewer) (2008-05-06)
      Andrews worked in a factory making gun parts during the war. Commented on home front issues, rationing, VJ and VG days, peace, etc.