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  • Where Icons Tread 

    Ickes, Austin (2019)
    How do we personally address that which makes us uncomfortable? In a world leering at us from all angles, it can be difficult not to feel as if one is subjected to the gaze or whims of factors far beyond the individual ...
  • Chthonic : Portraits of the Underworld 

    Koronkieiwcz, Amber (2019)
    My project was an exploration of myself, focusing on negative emotions. I did this through using the lenses of the rivers of the Greek Underworld. I painted five self portraits that each displayed a negative emotion ...
  • Drawing the Line : An Introspective Look on Personal Identity 

    Esler, Amanda (2019)
    In this essay I examine the interconnecting factors that come together to form my perception of my identity. The entire concept of my SIP, 「線を引く」or in English, Drawing the Line came about upon returning from study abroad ...
  • Body Language: Investigations in Anatomy through Idiomatic Language 

    Prophit, Maren (2019)
    My main objective in this project was to observe and explore the treatment of the human body through idiomatic language. Having developed perspectives in both the sciences and the fine arts, my own interests in the human ...
  • Toward Wholeness in Education 

    Herman Hilker, Kaiya Noelle (2019)
    In the beginning stages of this project I knew I was interested in learning more about Waldorf Education and exploring a Senior Individualized Project that would help launch me into my life after graduation. As I started ...
  • In Review 

    Patton, J. Caleb (2019)
    My Senior Individualized Project (SIP) is a collection of oil paintings entitled "In Review.” The paintings are representational abstractions, translating various facets of my time as a college student into simple colors ...
  • (Porcelain SIP) 

    Alamo, Hayleigh (2019)
    Ornamental plants have been continuously brought over to the United States from Eastern Asian countries for many decades on the sole purpose of aesthetic enhancement of landscapes and domestic spaces. People do not realize ...
  • Popular Intimacy 

    Guerrero, Eduardo (2019)
    For my Senior Individualized Project (SIP), I focused on some of the ways media represents intimacy. I accomplished this by deconstructing images that I have seen in the media and painting some of the moments that many ...
  • Securing Advertising 

    Chumley, Qynce B. (2019)
    I have always been drawn to advertising. From when I was a kid and knew all the words to every freecreditreport.com commercial and to every radio ad that played on Z107.7, to several months ago when I decided to paint on ...
  • “You’ll Win If You’re White” : Exploring Skin Whitening in Modern Thai Culture Through Advertisement 

    Choknumtumnukit, Samantha (2019)
    This paper explores the origins and seemingly exponential growth of skin whitening in modem Thai culture. I approach discourses around Thai skin whitening through visual representations and scholarly research pertaining ...
  • “Join in Prayer” : Expressing Personal Loss of Identity through Photographic Printing and Illustration 

    Rothrock, Avery (2019)
    I began this journey with a solid goal of getting over my hatred and fear of organized religion and I succeeded not only in that but also in finding another part of me that I had lost. The time spent on this series has ...
  • Chemistry Selected First Destinations, 2014 to 2018 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 2018)
    A spreadsheet detailing selected first destinations and locations for Kalamazoo College Chemistry majors between 2014 and 2018. Some graduates elected not to share their first-destination information, so this data by major ...
  • Class of 2018 First Destination Survey Results 

    Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 2018)
    A list of selected employers and selected graduate/continuing education institutions of members of Kalamazoo College's Class of 2018.
  • Effect of Gesture on Deontological or Utilitarian Moral Judgments 

    Van Til, Kaela (2016)
    Moral judgment is influenced by mental imagery, and the use of gesture promotes the visualization of mental images. The present study investigated the influence of gesture on making moral judgments, particularly deontological ...
  • A Longitudinal Study of Athletic Participation Effecting Student-athletes’ Academic Success 

    Hardy, Jacob C. (2016)
    This proposed longitudinal study aims to examine the effect of the personality trait Grit and time management skills among student-athletes on the individual’s academic success. Grit is essential in persevering through ...
  • The Effects of Early Language Input, Socioeconomic Status, and Maternal Education on Early Language Development 

    Norman, Mackenzie Z. (2016)
    The purpose of the present study is to investigate the effects of early language input, socioeconomic status, and maternal education on early language development. Specifically, measures of language comprehension in ...
  • Exploratory Factor Analysis for the Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support in a Spanish Sample 

    Madden, Sydney R. (2017)
    Social support is essential to an individual’s overall mental and physical health. Individuals with strong social support networks have been found to have better mental health as compared with individuals with less social ...
  • Music Videos and Influenced Gender Beliefs : How Black Males Then View Black Females 

    Johnson-Smith, Brandon (2017)
    Throughout history, Black families have struggled with holding the image of the “nuclear family”. Research has shown the high percentage of Black families that are only supported by one parent (single parent household). ...
  • Wilderness Solitude as a Rite of Passage 

    Bartz, William (2016)
    Wilderness solitude has been used as a rite of passage for adolescents to adulthood in cultures and societies around the world, but it had never been studied as a rite of passage into emerging adulthood, a new period of ...
  • Children’s Emerging Ability to Make Inferences About Social Power 

    Kim, Hannah (2016)
    Being a sophisticated social agent requires some ability to track and navigate the social hierarchy. Recent research has explored the way that children begin to make inferences about power and suggests that children are ...