Students and their families celebrate graduation together in the Liberal Arts Dean's Office.
Jeff Clark wrote his master's thesis on a little-known Arctic expedition.
Andrew Bills's thesis will analyze the Vatican's use of the Internet to market the church to a younger, more global audience.
Kelly LaBrecque evaluates WWI propaganda posters through the lens of graphic design.
From 1840-1930, many people with anatomical differences gravitated towards "freak shows" to earn money, says Emma Baillargeon.
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There was much socializing among faculty and students at our gathering held in early April. Click to see the slideshow.