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AUTHOR INDEX

William Ackleson

South Park: A Public Service Announcement

v.10

Krista Adamovich

A Window to the Past

v.2

Margaret Alford

Euthanasia: A Compassionate Crime

v.2

Emily Bennett I Know of a Woman v. 12
Katrina Berlin It's about More Than the Trophy v.11

Kinsey Blumenthal

Giant Emotion Meets Tortured Logic

v.10

Valeria Boriak

Ice Cream and Tears

v.4

Barbara Bowman

Lament

v.3

Anne Bradshaw

Iridescent Swirls of Death

v.3

Jackie Brennan Meet Montana: News from the Last Best Place v. 12
Jacqueline Brittain Blood Is Thicker in Oil v. 12

Tim Brooks

Selling Out to Silence

v.9

Melissa Burlovich

Aspects of a Negro Life

v.4

Nicholas P. Christy III

The Silent Listener

v.10

Jeremy Cohen

A Man-Made Natural Wonder

v.9

Mary Connell

The Atrocities of War

v.1

Nicholas Pierpont Corbell

Is This Who I Am?—Fitting into the Stereotype

v.9

Traci Cox

Ideas: The Music of Democracy

v.7

Ashley Daniels

My Colored Identity

v.6

Meredith Dash

Surviving the Mustard Lid Days

v.6

Christina Dean

Bennett's Bogus and Biased Guest Speaker

v.5

Stephen Delfaus

Deforestation

v.3

Mary Kathryne Dickinson

Fighting Back

v.9

Mehdi Djadali

Why My Spirit is Christian and My Logic is Not

v.1

James Edmonds

A Small Price to Pay to Save a Failing System

v.8

Elizabeth Farley

A Modest Proposal for Making Driving More Entertaining, While Creating the Same Risks for Everyone on the Road

v.3

Tracy Fey Too Soon? v. 12
Jennifer Fisher "Healthy" Chemicals v. 12

Heather Graham

On Common Ground

v.3

Cameron Granger

Pictures in America:
It Isn't Just About How Many Words They're Worth

v.6

Emanuel Grant With Liberty and Justice for Some v. 12

Colin Greene

The Absent Indian

v.8

Leslie Haase

"Non Dimenticar Means 'Don't Forget'"

v.9

Ricky Hamberg

As Natural as the Birds and the Bees

v.6

Ian Hannon

MSG is Everywhere

v.8

Rebecca Hasbrouck

My Boobs Beg to Differ

v.5

Andrew Henchen

Forcing Women's Rights

v.10

Michael Hickman

Forgive Us Our Trespasses

v.7

Jessica Hopkins

When Babies Aren't Enough:
Analysis of "Motherhood: Who Needs It?"

v.8

Meghan Hyland

Shedding the Shackles

v.2

Katie Jansen What a Woman Wants v.1
Adrian Jarvis Turning the Tables on the Blame Game v.11

Brianna Johnson

Can We Treat Criminality?

v.9

Kacie Johnston

Next Stop: 180 Feet Below Street Level

v.7

Jobi Jones

Unanswered Questions

v. 1

Jennifer Karey

Emerging

v.2

Jennifer Karey

Flash: September Eleventh

v.2

Leah Katz

Family Feud Faith: Raising Children in an Interfaith Marriage

v.5

Austin Keeley

The Myth of the Outsourcing Crisis

v.6

Emily Keller

Crafting a Masterpiece: The Genre Mosaic of Harry Potter

v.10

Shannon Kelley

Condom Distribution—Who is Benefiting?

v.1

Jamie Kelly

The Last Acceptable Prejudice

v.7

Livvy King

A Piece of Gum on the Kitchen Table

v.4

Brian Kohring

From Whence I Came

v.1

Krissy Kunkel

The Best Medicine

v.6

Patrick Lee Writing Technologies: A Mystery! v.11

Rachael Leffler

A Little Competition Never Hurt Anyone

v.10

Laura Lloyd-Braff

Body Worlds: An Exhibit That Really Gets Under the Skin

v.7

Jennifer Limburg Steve Jobs: Transcending All Innovations v. 12

Whitten Maher

Jack Bauer: The Post-9/11 American Hero

v.8

Samier Mansur

Learning to Read

v.5

Lindsay Matt

Hiking With Meth

v.5

Doreen McCormack

Seeking a Happily Ever After

v.7

Brooke Mckenzie

Quilted by Grandma

v.4

Rachael McNerney

Consequences Exceed the Law

v.8

Lisa Meyerhardt

Female Circumcision

v.2

Matt Miles

Personal Appearance and Its Implications of Sexuality

v.5

Addison Nugent

Robots Are Taking Over the World

v.8

Sean Nyhan

Comics: A Better Means to an Artistic End

v.2

Katie Ott

Armenian Massacres

v.3

Sam Patteson

Minivan Motoring, or Why I Miss That Old Car Smell

v.8

Danielle Pierce The Power of Images, the Horrors of Child Abuse v. 12
Sarah Piper The Humanities: What Keeps Us Human v. 12

Julia Rice

Aunt Jenny

v.10

Dan Roberts

Jeannine

v.2

Lindsey Roby

Born Country

v.8

Janna Sallade

Why I Read

v.5

Mason Shelby

Welcome to the College of the Future:
A Productive Society of Soulless Shells

v.8

Erik Simmons Transcend from the Depths v. 12

David R. H. Smith

Training Ground for Murderers

v.3

Mackenzie Spicer Censoring Huck Finn v. 12

Anne Springfield

The Cost of Obedience

v.2

Nikolai Stem

Crèches, Crescents, and a Caduceus—Oh My!

v.9

Jessica Stopa Factory Farming: The Truth about the Poultry Industry v.11
Morgan Stubbe Peering into Peer Editing v.11

Brandi Suarez

Let's Go Organic!

v.10

Louisa Tangula

A Curse and a Gift

v.4

Larson Thune

The Value of Experience

v.7

Mark Tyson The Art of the Epitaph v.11

Kristina Van

Mountaintop Removal Mining

v.10

Brook van der Linde

Anarchic Love

v.5

Jordan Vinson A Lifetime of Reading v.11

Luke Vinton

The Automobile: An American Icon

v.9

Tara Volpe

Capital Punishment: Does Death Equal Justice?

v.2

Jasmine Walker Dear Governor McDonnell v.11
Jennifer Wernimont My Manifesto Doesn't Fit on This Bumper Sticker v. 12
Jennifer Wernimont [or] v. 12
Samantha Wilkins Children of Technology v.11
Richard Williams Experience Lost; Experience Regained v. 12

Emily Wilson

Johnny Needs a Job

v.9

Catherine Witko Pulitzer Prize Photograph Brings Awareness v. 12

Linda Yeboah

Let Freedom Ring

v.3

Jae Yoo

Inseparable

v. 1

Maria X. Adventures in Narnia v.11

 

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