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    • Failed States 

      O'Donnell, Justin (2019-12-16)
      <p>Failed States is a work of speculative fiction about a near-future America facing extinction. Relying on examples of historical and literary fiction in research for this project, the student explored techniques like ...
    • Fanatics and Their Obsessions 

      Glykokokalos, Steve (2010-12-16)
      This collection of human interest pieces provides an in-depth look at fanatics and their individual obsessions. Fanatics describe their obsessions, and try to verbalize exactly what it is that keeps them hooked. Although ...
    • “Farewell, Dolly! Or A Fare Well Planned” A Play in One Act 

      Haym, Cynthia (2010-05-22)
      Traditionally, women have been expected to live by male standards and to abdicate knowing who they are in order to fulfill the feminine roles of a patriarchal society. My creative writing thesis focuses on the particular ...
    • Fast Food and Today's Culture 

      Yatsko, Christina (2013-12-12)
      This is a Journalistic long-feature story about fast food and how it has evolved from the 1950s until today. The feature discusses the history of fast food, the theology behind the menus, the economic boom in the fast food ...
    • Father Absence and Its Effects on Daughters 

      Lisa, Mancini (2010-05-11)
      As the divorce rate in the United States climbs to nearly 50 percent, fathers seem to be disappearing from their daughters' lives. Research shows that girls and young women who have an unstable father figure are more liable ...
    • Fifth Force 

      Gordon, Melissa (2015-12-23)
      <p>Inspired by the four forces of quantum physics and the emergence of a possible fifth force influencing gravitational laws, this book of love poems probes the hidden energy between individuals. <em>Fifth Force</em> ...
    • Firefly 

      Munver, Sharmil (2020-12-18)
      <p><strong>Summary</strong></p> <p>My story, <em>The Promise,</em> is a work of science fiction. It unfolds from two points of view: Maya Lee the human protagonist, and Ben, the alien main character.</p> <p>Maya, a loner, ...
    • First Time Live 

      Burgio, Laura (2012-03-01)
      This thesis project is a blog that offers a behind-the-scenes look into a Communications class at Western Connecticut State University over the course of a semester, Fall 2011. First Time Live is a journalist‟s documentation ...
    • Five of Connecticut's Finest: Surprisingly Close to Home 

      Richards, Rebecca (2008-12-18)
      This is a series of travel articles reviewing various attractions and activities across the state of Connecticut. Destinations include a pick-your-own fruit orchard, visit to The Maritime Aquarium and tour of the historic ...
    • 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)
    • 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 ...