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  • Samantha Gaudette; Jack Lapsley; Justin Fournier; Mike Johnson (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    Many commuters ride their bicycles to get their destinations. Rail-trails, former railroad beds converted to pedestrian and bicycle trails, may prove to be viable routes for bicycle commuters. With the collaboration of ...
  • Margaret Grayson (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    In this study, the relationship between three different forms of hopelessness (i.e. forsakenness, oppression, and limitedness) and their potential role in fostering aggressive tendencies will be explored. Both explicit ...
  • Paul Sehmel (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    We as people use computers to store important information because, unlike keeping knowledge in analog(ue) machines, digital computers make exact copies of our files when told to do so.But do they really? How do we even ...
  • Madison Smith (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    This study aims to investigate the relationship between attachment style, physiological responsivity and relationship satisfaction in dating and non-dating college students. Other than a requirement of 18 years of age, ...
  • Joshua Pritchett (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    Over the last few years there has been a convergence of human activities using mobile computing with devices such as tablets or smartphones. This research will investigate one of the biggest criminal security threats called ...
  • Kegan Landfair (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    Elliptic Curves will be explored from a mathematical perspective as well as from a cryptographic perspective, where they have important applications to modern information security. We will address what elliptic curves ...
  • Meghan Quinn (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    December Mourning and Falling, two modern dance works, are this choreographer's response to the crisis at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut.The choreographer began her creative research in 2013 by writing about ...
  • Valerie Carpentier (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    This poster presentation seeks to articulate the process of writing, illustrating, and self-publishing a bedtime story into a paperback book. Today, publication without the right connections is nearly unattainable, which ...
  • Lauren Weiner (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    This presentation will demonstrate performance considerations for singing operatic arias. Two contrasting Italian arias, or accompanied songs for the solo voice, from Georg Frideric Handel?s opera Alcina will be featured ...
  • Amanda Archibald (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    During the early Middle Ages, women of high status could gain authority and secure their property by founding a monastery for women. Women with large inheritances were vulnerable to kidnap and forced marriage, and endowment ...
  • Gregory Howard (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    This paper will analyze Immanuel Kant's Metaphysics of Morals, discussing his moral education and how it can be used to teach immature and careless individuals to become moral beings. In past months, the US has increasingly ...
  • Joseph Jowett (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    Abstract: This paper explores the French film movement, the New French Extremity, its place in contemporary global cinema, and how filmmaker Gaspar No? embodied the ideals of the movement. The New French Extremity was an ...
  • Ethan Holbrook (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    Analyzing the complex mix of cultural and religious systems influenced by Islamic, Christian, and Jewish cultures that developed in the reconquered Christian territories of northern areas of the Iberian Peninsula during ...
  • Sarah DeFreitas (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    William Greaves?s Symbiopsychotaxiplasm: Take One (1968) was a groundbreaking film that utilized recent revolutionary sync-sound technology to address issues of discrimination. For this oral presentation I will be critiquing ...
  • Emily Cackowski (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    Of all the female characters in William Shakespeare?s plays, Ophelia from The Tragedy of Hamlet is arguably one of the most interesting. With very few scenes or lines of dialogue, her character has still managed to leave ...
  • Kalie Randlett (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    This research examines the verbal and visual rhetoric of Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke?s 2013 Music Video Award performance of ?We Can?t Stop.? By using the method of an ideological visual rhetorical criticism, I argue that ...
  • Erin McNulty (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    In Flight is a presentation of an original modern dance work by senior dance major Erin McNulty. Performed in the 2014 Choreography Showcase, In Flight explores the anxiety and excitement people feel when they are on the ...
  • Julia Reinoehl (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    This lecture performance will focus on the arrangement, rehearsal, and performance of an a cappella piece featuring KSC?s Chock Full O? Notes (CFON). CFON is the only student led a cappella group on campus and involves ...
  • Emily DeAngelis (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    This performance lecture will focus on the learning process that a collegiate choir undergoes when studying a piece of music. As an introduction, the Keene State College Chamber Singers will serve as a demonstration choir ...
  • Scott Demeo (Keene State College, 04/11/2015)
    Igor Stravinsky allegedly said that ?good composers borrow and great composers steal.? This presentation will explore the dynamic between imitation and personal expression through the lens of KSC composer Scott DeMeo?s new ...