• Voices As One 

      Jones, Margot C. (2016)
      At any given moment, a legion of warriors waits in my head, ready to express themselves. I tell their stories more readily than I tell my own; I send them on adventures more courageously; I let them love more honestly. ...
    • What Is The Value Of Master Limited Partnerships? 

      Parker, Alexander (2017)
      A Master Limited Partnership (MLP) is a pass-through structure available primarily to companies involved in the exploration, development, production, processing, refining, or transportation of natural resources. This paper ...
    • What We Were: Female Temporality In Cinema 

      Horak, Katherine (2016)
      What We Were is a feature-length film that follows 22-year-old Lee Wallace. She returns home to El Paso, Texas after college graduation for two weeks before moving to New York to start a new life as an entry-level writer ...
    • Women Of The Valley: Culture, Leadership, Gender, And Emotional Intelligence In Silicon Valley’S Prominent Female Leaders 

      Trapp, Meredith (2017)
      Silicon Valley has an infamous reputation for its lack of female leaders. The few women who have risen to power in the tech industry can attribute part of their successes to scarce female competition. Gender and ...
    • Women's Empowerment Andchild Nutritional Outcomesin Modern-Day India 

      Spear, Tammy (2017)
      India still struggles tomitigate its severe childhood malnutrition rates despite its impressive economic growth and reducedpoverty rates. In exploring effective ways toimprove child nutritional outcomes in South Asia, ...
    • Writing Arabizi: Orthographic Variation In Romanized Lebanese Arabicon Twitter 

      Sullivan, Natalie (2017)
      How does technology influence the script in which a language is written? Over the past few decades, a new form of writing has emerged across the Arab world. Known as Arabizi, it is a type of Romanized Arabic that uses Latin ...