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    • Can't Shake Koinonia 

      Johnson, Latasha D. (2016-04-23)
    • Crazy Cards by Jane 

      Oakley, Cherise M. (2017-04-29)
    • De-capitalizing the “I”: Worlds both Inner and Shared in the Whitmanian Lyric 

      Israel, Shayna S. (2016-04-23)
      When critics and scholars attempt to define the lyric poem as entirely individual—a prison song overheard—or social—a “privileging of the political over the private spheres” (Dubrow 120)—one risks overlooking the nuanced ...
    • Disability Theory in A Separate Peace 

      Mulvihill, Rachael (2017-04-29)
      In the article “Refusing the Queer Potential,” Eric L. Tribunella argues that “the rhetoric of ethics, values, and patriotism” in John Knowles’s A Separate Peace “‘appropriates’ gender and sexuality in adolescent males and ...
    • Fairy Godmother & The Tea Party 

      Walden, Lisah J. (2017-04-29)
    • “Grandma Jane" 

      Oakley, Cherise (2016-04-23)
      This poem was originally a poem created for a dedication book given to my grandmother on her 90th birthday. After several revisions, and a few white lies, (poems are always better when you lie), I hope I’ve created a worthy ...
    • “Hie Thee Hither”: Female Sexuality as the “Supernatural Solicitor” in Goold’s Macbeth (2010). 

      Lorch, Jerremy (2016-04-23)
      Who bears the responsibility for the tragedies of Macbeth and Lady Macbeth? To what extent are each of them culpable for the destruction they unleash on themselves, each other, and Scotland? Rupert Goold’s Macbeth (2010) ...
    • I Met Pauly Shore at Fort Jackson 

      Oakley, Cherise M. (2017-04-29)
    • Interesting Dialogue: Mark Twain's Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Amy Blair, and Edith Wharton's “Vice of Reading” 

      LaPlant, Bradley (2017-04-29)
      This essay seeks to explore Mark Twain's Adventures of Huckleberry Finn in relation to Edith Wharton's "The Vice of Reading" and Amy Blair's Reading Up, which contains detailed analysis of the societal conditions that so ...
    • It's Not Real Because It's in an Organ They Cannot See. 

      Tirado, Stef (2017-04-29)
      This is a feminist poem that focuses on body issues, controlling behaviors and society's way of bending identities to fit stigmas. Told through the metaphors of Chinese foot binding and the body's way of processing sugars, ...
    • Justifying Existence: Positioning Autism in a World of Capitalist Expectation 

      Richter, Jacob D. (2016-04-23)
      In Glen Finland’s memoir Next Stop, a mother confronts the decades-old American parenting ritual of helping a child to obtain their first job. Finland’s experience with her first two sons proved relatively typical; the ...
    • Little Button 

      Tirado, Stef (2017-04-29)
      "Little Button" is a micro-fiction about suffering from anxiety and coping with the loss of a loved one in ways that may seem out of the ordinary.

      Unknown author (2016-04-23)
    • Registration & Refreshments 

      Unknown author (2016-04-23)
    • Rosamond: A study in the Importance of Greek Mythology 

      Boland, Shannon L. (2016-04-23)
      The paper that I wish to present is from my master’s thesis. It deals with Henry the II’s mistress Rosamond and how an author in the 16th century present her story. The author that I would talk about is Samuel Daniel and ...
    • Sweet Apology 

      Marseglia, Angela (2016-04-23)
    • "Ten Ways of Looking at an Addict" 

      Wilson, Ashley (2016-04-23)
      This piece is broken into ten sections. Each section focuses on the titular addict, but takes a different approach to describing her. It juxtaposes the positives and the negatives of the person, a mother, from the eyes of ...
    • The Fifth Floor; Cantrip For My Capture 

      Walden, Lisah J. (2016-04-23)
      She placed a leg in her mouth and dragged the frog’s meat apart from the bone with her teeth. The princess then licked the blood off her fingers, peered up at me and smiled. “The French could never keep their promises.” ...
    • The Moss Will Grow Over Us 

      Tirado, Stef (2016-04-23)
      I would like to present an original poem for the SEGue Conference. The poem, called “The Moss Will Grow Over Us,” mainly focuses on the difficulties of loving and supporting a person with mental illness, specifically when ...
    • The Power of Sound An Exploration of Cooper’s Use of Language in The Last of the Mohicans 

      Keery, Alexandra (2017-04-29)
      This essay examines the use of both language and paralanguage within Last of the Mohicans. Examples of paralanguage in the novel include: the Indian war-whoop, music, animal calls, and all other non-verbal aspects of speech. ...