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Suitcase Magazine, Victoria Wolk May 2013

Suitcase Magazine, Victoria Wolk

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

For my Honors Capstone Project, I chose to create an original magazine. Our campus has many publications, but there is no travel magazine for students to contribute to. I decided to create a campus travel magazine, one that would focus on trips in the general area of Syracuse. I want to be a magazine writer and editor in the future, so this project was a great way for me to gain experience in the field.

I asked friends to help with writing some of the articles, taking photographs, creating original artwork, and helping me to design and layout the magazine ...


Red Rope Magazine: A Sustainable And Creative Model For A Magazine For Chinese Students In The U.S., Kexin Zheng May 2013

Red Rope Magazine: A Sustainable And Creative Model For A Magazine For Chinese Students In The U.S., Kexin Zheng

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

Last year, China surpassed India for the first time and became the leading country of origin of all international students studying in the United States. With the increasing number of students from China, American students are getting used to the amount of Chinese faces on campus, and the growing Chinese community has created a comfort zone for the newcomers to live a familiar life within their native language. However, the fundamental issue lies in the need for a stronger sense of empowerment.

Red Rope magazine, with red symbolizing happiness and rope symbolizing binding, will be the first general-interest magazine in ...


The Jump Magazine, Victoria Troxler May 2013

The Jump Magazine, Victoria Troxler

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

The Jump is an online life stage magazine for women, focused on the transition from college life to the real world. The magazine’s target audience is women ages 19 and 25 who have recently graduated from college or will soon graduate. These women are interested in a luxury lifestyle and current trends, but also value budgeting and their careers. They are also newcomers to real world. The Jump answers the questions about home décor, cooking, fashion, beauty, and budgeting in a simple way that is tailored to their stage in life.

Each department of The Jump – musings, home, eat ...


Pirate Story, Jake T. Powell May 2006

Pirate Story, Jake T. Powell

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

What is children’s cinema? This thesis explores this question by identifying three codes of children’s film and illuminating them through a short film entitled “Pirate Story.” The film is about a boy and his grandfather, and the pirates that inhabit a bedtime story. The pirates compete with the grandfather to have narrative authority over their own existence. This film examines the role of the narrator, use of animation, and absence of the parental figures as elements that are signifiers of children’s cinema. It was shot on HD video, with animation created in After Effects. Production also involved ...


Through Doors: Every Door Takes You Someplace Completely New, Gareth Manwaring May 2005

Through Doors: Every Door Takes You Someplace Completely New, Gareth Manwaring

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

Through Doors is a 30-minute experimental action-adventure fiction film. The film is fueled by the premise: “What if every door you walked through took you someplace completely different?” It was shot in Syracuse, New York, with collaborations between the community and students at Syracuse University. The sound track was composed by local artists Joe Driscoll, Ryan Zara and Gregg Yetti. Through Doors was shot using the Panasonic DVX100 24p camera which gave the final piece the look of film, even though it was shot in a digital format. Through Doors is a work of art for entertainment purposes as well ...


In Memoriam; By Alfred, Lord Tennyson; A Photographic Interpretation, Eunice Blanchard Jan 1947

In Memoriam; By Alfred, Lord Tennyson; A Photographic Interpretation, Eunice Blanchard

English

In Memoriam; by Alfred, Lord Tennyson; A Photographic Interpretation is a photographic essay completed by Eunice Blanchard in 1947 as an English Term Paper at Syracuse University in Syracuse, NY. Blanchard tells the story of Tennyson's poem through original photography.

Acknowledgements:

Arthur W. Brown, Instructor in English; C. Wesley Brewster, Instructor in Photography; D.M. Norton, Assistant to Mr. Brewster; Photography Models: Janet Clark, Betty Sanders, Aubrey Vaughn Woolsey. Jr.

This is the original work of Eunice Blanchard, under CCBY 4.0. It is an open-access work, copyrighted and licensed by the author for re-use.