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Capstone: Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences - 2012 33 records found 1 - 10nextlast  jump to record: Search took 0.06 seconds. 
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Connor Stokes and I worked together to pursue two methods of expanding our knowledge of nonverbal communication and skill at encoding and decoding facial expressions. Fir [...]
01 April 2012 | article |
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Living in Milwaukee for six months, I got the chance to explore the local environmental movement in detail. In this paper, I profile three key environmental organizations [...]
01 April 2012 | article |
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This paper explores, through personal interviews and a review of relevant literature, the roles that the French, English, and Haitian Creole languages play in the lives o [...]
01 October 2012 | article |
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Traditionally, photographs have represented single moments in time, but the photographs in this series represent a compression of discrete moments into a single frame, in [...]
01 October 2012 | article |
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Bethlehem is regarded as the traditional birthplace of Jesus and the city of David. The town of approximately 25,000 people houses one of the oldest Christian communities [...]
01 April 2012 | article |
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From a historical background in chair design and analysis of contemporary trends in design and fine art, I develop a personal philosophy of design through the ‘disserta [...]
01 April 2012 | article |
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During my junior year of college, I traveled to India to live and work there for six months with the intent of doing more spiritual learning of the Vedas in a traditional [...]
01 October 2012 | article |
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This curriculum will guide high school students through a year long engineering design process which spans several courses offered at Olin College, namely Design Nature ( [...]
01 April 2012 | article |
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Siege warfare was an integral aspect of Rome’s dominant military. The Romans used siege ramps, siege towers and battering rams in conjunction to assault enemy fortresse [...]
01 April 2012 | article |
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In 1998 a gay college student was kidnapped, beaten and left to die outside of Laramie, Wyoming. At that time, the world focused its attention on this act of hate and the [...]
01 April 2012 | article |

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