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  • The Catholic Church and the Holocaust 

    Robertson, John Paul (2022-04-29)
    This paper explores the motivating factors of the Catholic Church’s heavily criticized lack of response and action taken during the Holocaust. Through addressing distinctions between the Church’s institutional response and ...
  • Changing Times: Translation and meaning in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight 

    Wallis, Caleb (2022-04)
    Despite its popularity in recent media, we know almost nothing about the author of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, or of the context surrounding it. In fact, the entire poem is relatively new to us, only having been ...
  • Accessibility Scan of Carroll College 

    Shepherd, Eliza; Koster, Kami; Wilkinson, Genesis; VanSickle, Emma; Jones, Sadie; Olney, Bridget; Kraut, Grace; Cook, Breanna (2022-04)
    Research done in a national study in 2011 found that only 34 percent of college students with disabilities will complete a 4 year program (NLTS2: Home, n.d.). This is due to numerous issues with accessibility on college ...
  • An Analysis of the Representation of Swans in Heinz and Aronofsky's 'Black Swan' 

    Spanfelner, Sydney (2022)
    The 2010 film ‘Black Swan’ brings stereotypes of swans and femininity into the spotlight. Based on the ballet ‘Swan Lake’, this film is heavily influenced by the lore surrounding both the black and the white swan. While ...
  • Artificial Nipple Use and Breastfeeding Patterns 

    Portmann, Grace; Cooney, Jill (2022)
    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2021) identifies that “One of the most highly effective preventive measures a mother can take to protect the health of her infant is to breastfeed.” Infants who are breastfed ...

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