Author Archives: Lone Star College-Montgomery

Victoria Moreno-Gama

Abstract Plastics dramatically improve the lives of world citizens and contribute to global economic expansion while also posing serious environmental threats through marine pollution. According to the United Nations Environment Assembly, an estimated eight million tons of plastic waste enters … Continue reading

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Kumali Schoen

Abstract With an aim to understand the connection between storytelling and empathy for immigrant and first-generation Americans, this research paper investigates how the narration of trauma creates a third space for the reader to empathize with the experiences of Chinese … Continue reading

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Alec Leaper

Abstract The dream sequence is a common trope employed within literature throughout the world, enabling the depiction of abstract events that provide protagonist characterization and thematic commentary while not necessarily impacting the events of the narrative. This research aims to … Continue reading

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Katherine Shaver

Controlling Your Emotions IN WHICH IT BEGINS For nearly a century, Winnie-the-Pooh has captivated children and adults alike with spectacular adventures and imagination, childlike curiosity and whimsy, and everlasting friendships. The connection shared between Christopher Robin, Pooh Bear, and all … Continue reading

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Marcelo Guzman

Abstract This paper will analyze the depiction of musical instruments in Ancient Greek art and its impact on culture. First, an analysis was done on several literature sources describing the implications of art and culture in Ancient Greece, the history … Continue reading

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Travis Lemm

Abstract This research project explores the influence different cultures can have on each other, and how this influence affects their art by looking at different types of relief from two ancient cultures: Assyrian relief panels, and Greek stelai. To research … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Cole

Abstract While the United States Healthcare System is riddled with problems, there is not enough focus on prevention. A first line of defense that is underutilized is the Social Work profession. While there isn’t a multitude of studies regarding the … Continue reading

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Jantzen Miller

ENGL 1302: COMPOSITION AND RHETORIC II In his analysis of the social problem of childhood obesity, Jantzen Miller divides his presentation into the following logical sections: (1) What is the problem and how is it a social problem? (2) What … Continue reading

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Benjamin Greaves

“Apartheid, for all its power, had fatal flaws baked in, starting with the fact that it never made any sense. Racism is not logical” (Noah 75). When thinking about racism, many prominent examples stand out: apartheid in South Africa, slavery … Continue reading

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Yadira Garcia

Un análisis sicológico del personaje Rosamunda del cuento “Rosamunda” de Carmen Laforet             Rosamunda vivió dos etapas muy importantes en su vida.  La primera etapa fue cuando era joven y su pasión era la poesía y la otra fue después … Continue reading

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