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  • Pate, Charles (2007)
    Tea dates back over two thousand years, spans five continents and throughout its known existence it has evolved into an icon of ritual and tradition. The Chinese were the first to discover tea for its medicinal purposes ...
  • MacLennan, Amy (2007-04)
    Perception is subjective, and as demonstrated by our semi-domesticated cat, it often fluctuates between clearly defined possibilities.i Life experience and cultural mores, among myriad other factors, color the way we see ...
  • Taylor, Lori (2007-04-10)
    Growing up in the country I became fascinated by trees and the various ways their branches wind and contort to look like other things. As I got older and encountered hardships and obstacles in my life I began to feel a ...
  • Harvey, Karen (2007-05)
    When we are young we tend to think that we are immortal, living life for the moment and for the reality that exists in front of us. It isn't until we are allowed to grow and experience life, that we realize how certain ...
  • Boyer, Natalie (2008)
    Within moments of suffering, beauty emerges and manifests itself into forms that we do not fully recognize. We become willful, dependant, and most of all the accepting of our human frailty. I choose to present portraits ...
  • Nam, Young Woo (2008)
    As I researched Typography in my some classes, I was attracted to a particular aspect of typography: 'Calligraphy'. Today, email has taken the place of traditional letter writing. The new generation have grown with keyboards ...
  • Cordray, Sharon (2008)
    Opening a book is like embarking on a journey. We are invited to become stowaways of sorts, experiencing stories of far-away places, interesting characters and events of long ago. I can remember my first introduction to ...
  • Boyer, Natalie (2008-04-01)
    Within moments of suffering, beauty emerges and manifests itself into forms that we do not fully recognize. We become willful, dependant, and most of all the accepting of our human frailty. I choose to present portraits ...
  • Linehan, Patricia (2008-04-22)
    The purpose of this thesis project was to develop a visual story of Saint Mother Theodore Guerin, the eighth saint to be recognized in the United States. Six photomontage panels tell her story and the legacy she passed ...
  • Baez, Daniela (2008-04-28)
    I have always had an inclination towards taking pictures. When I was young the first object I bought with my first savings was a simple automatic camera. I remember reading the entire manual so I would be able to use the ...
  • Báez, Daniela (2008-04-28)
    I have always had an inclination towards taking pictures. When I was young the first object I bought with my first savings was a simple automatic camera. I remember reading the entire manual so I would be able to use the ...
  • Armstrong, Charles (2008-04-30)
    The D-Shirts Online project is an interactive web site designed to enable non-artists or designers to create their own t-shirt graphics, print their design on iron-on transfers, and then iron the transfer to at-shirt or ...
  • Van Noorden, Raven (2008-08)
    Film has always been an intriguing medium to me. Not only is it visually stimulating, it also engages the mind as plot points and visual compositions are connected to achieve an understanding of the story. Much like reading ...
  • Zhang, Xin (2008-08)
    In today's market, multiculture has become a mainsteam trend of modern life. Multiculture has penetrated deeply into People's ideology. People always expect new things and a new look. This expectation allows designers ...
  • Mullenax, Megan (2009)
    "Let us consider the past and the future with an equal mind and celebrate the two: the past- that museum we carry around with us always, encoded as it is within US, and the future- inspirations newly-minted coin before ...
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    Vicars-Pugh, Crystal (2009)
    Heartfelt communion with nature is best expressed in poetry, or within the lyrical rhythms of paint. When I walk out onto the landscape my senses are awakened. My eyes are treated with gifts of vivid colors and unique ...
  • Medina, Cory (2009)
    Everyday I notice the simple things in life and try to place them in a category. Some groupings are filled beyond belief and others have just a few subjects. However, one category in particular changes from day to day and ...
  • Patnam, Ravi (2009)
    Three Dimensional (3D) digital art, adds one more aesthetic dimension to the versatility of the computer. 3D has created new ways of fulfilling our need for novelty and quality. From film to video games, architecture to ...
  • Frey, Susan (2009-07-22)
    Slides to a lecture given to library science graduate students on teaching information literacy in the corporate environment from an academic librarian who had served in industry during her career. Observations on the ...
  • Sink, Todd; Ceh, Brian (2009-08-26)
    Public housing in Chicago, like many cities nationwide, has a history of poverty, crime, and disinvestments. In 1992 the HOPE VI program was created to change the development path of these neighborhoods. The objective ...

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