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What We Remember: The Deaths of Cooper and Makenzie Young
I was a sixth grader when it happened, and though I may have been young, I’ll never forget. On May 2, 2000, Janice Young shot her three children and herself. Sydney, the oldest at age 12, survived, but Cooper, who was ...
Speaking Wakan: Ceremonies in Past, Protest, and Page
(Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 2008)
Lakota, Oceti Sakowin, Sioux, Indian; regardless of their appellation, this tribe of American Indians roamed and ruled the Great Plains for centuries immediately following , their first contact with French traders, and ...
Merely Coensidence?: Relating Auteur Theory to the Films of Joel and Ethan Coen
In order to elucidate auteur theory and demonstrate its worthiness as a film theory through more practical means, the producer/director duo of Joel and Ethan Coen will be investigated thoroughly to determine whether or ...
Light to Moderate Blood Loss: Poems
Most of this collection of poetry and prose is inspired by two recent adventures: my foreign study in Beer Sheva, Israel, and my experiences in the field of medicine as a pre-medical student. As a such a student, I ...