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Scientific Racism: The Exploitation Of African Americans, Aqilah Elshabazz-Palmer Jan 2017

Scientific Racism: The Exploitation Of African Americans, Aqilah Elshabazz-Palmer

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The Courage To Speak, Casey Burke Jan 2017

The Courage To Speak, Casey Burke

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Tip Jar Girl, Valerie Torres Jan 2017

Tip Jar Girl, Valerie Torres

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Intertext 2017 — Complete Issue Jan 2017

Intertext 2017 — Complete Issue

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The complete issue of Intertext 25 (2017).


Lighthouse, Cameron Vazquez Jan 2017

Lighthouse, Cameron Vazquez

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The Scientist: Hero Or Villain?, Charlotte Oestrich Jan 2017

The Scientist: Hero Or Villain?, Charlotte Oestrich

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Virality & Consumption, Zach Barlow Jan 2017

Virality & Consumption, Zach Barlow

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Don’T Forget Where You Belong: How I Found Myself Through One Direction, Rafy Evans Jan 2017

Don’T Forget Where You Belong: How I Found Myself Through One Direction, Rafy Evans

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Ignore Me: A Letter To The Public About Service Dog Etiquette, Ginger Star Peterman Jan 2017

Ignore Me: A Letter To The Public About Service Dog Etiquette, Ginger Star Peterman

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A Letter To E, Zoey Leigh Woldman Jan 2017

A Letter To E, Zoey Leigh Woldman

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"Okay, Sorry," With Dr. L'Pree, Julie Hikari Mebane Jan 2017

"Okay, Sorry," With Dr. L'Pree, Julie Hikari Mebane

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A String Of Saliva: A Series Of Poor Choices Resulting In Mono, A Trip To The Hospital, And An Attempt To Determine How The Hell This Happened, Ashley Kasha Jan 2017

A String Of Saliva: A Series Of Poor Choices Resulting In Mono, A Trip To The Hospital, And An Attempt To Determine How The Hell This Happened, Ashley Kasha

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Speak Out For Gender Neutrality In The English Language, Richelle Gewertz Jan 2017

Speak Out For Gender Neutrality In The English Language, Richelle Gewertz

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Rage Quit, Robert Marcuson Jan 2017

Rage Quit, Robert Marcuson

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Moving Across Spaces, Hasmik Djoulakian Jan 2017

Moving Across Spaces, Hasmik Djoulakian

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Intertext 2016 — Complete Issue Jan 2016

Intertext 2016 — Complete Issue

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The complete issue of Intertext 24 (2016).


The Plight Of The Angry Tweet, Taskina Tareen Jan 2016

The Plight Of The Angry Tweet, Taskina Tareen

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Moving Off The Education Conveyor Belt, Morgan Conover Jan 2016

Moving Off The Education Conveyor Belt, Morgan Conover

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Sharing The Scourge Of War, Peter Mcshane Jan 2016

Sharing The Scourge Of War, Peter Mcshane

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Rotimi Fani-Kayode (1955-1989), Nashwah Ahmed Jan 2016

Rotimi Fani-Kayode (1955-1989), Nashwah Ahmed

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Separate But Unequal, Abigail Covington Jan 2016

Separate But Unequal, Abigail Covington

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All I Know..., Mackenzie Stone Jan 2016

All I Know..., Mackenzie Stone

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Women Breaking Ground: A Website Profiling Women Entrepreneurs In Syracuse, Jill Comoletti May 2015

Women Breaking Ground: A Website Profiling Women Entrepreneurs In Syracuse, Jill Comoletti

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

My Honors Capstone project is a website titled Women Breaking Ground (www.womenbreakingground.com). On my website, I published 10 feature-length profiles on women entrepreneurs in Syracuse. Each profile features photographs and an interactive map to show readers the location of the woman-owned business. This project is relevant because the number of women business owners in the United States is increasing; in fact, women are opening 1,200 new businesses every day. I hope that my project inspires even more women to pursue their passion and become entrepreneurs.


White Bread Girl: Real Life Chronicles Of A Twenty-Something, Rose Aschebrock May 2015

White Bread Girl: Real Life Chronicles Of A Twenty-Something, Rose Aschebrock

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

Hi! Did you pick up this project book, see the title and immediately wonder, "What is a White Bread Girl anyway?"

Good question. I like you.

There are so many books aimed at the 20something category claiming to represent my generation and miserably failing.

Maybe I fall into a 20something minority category but I don’t enjoy eating pizza at 2am like Lena Dunham in her book Not That kind of Girl, I don’t like eating nothing and drinking everything like The Betches do in their book Nice is Just a Place in France and I’m not a ...


Macaronic, A Digital Travel Magazine About Chile, Leanna Garfield May 2015

Macaronic, A Digital Travel Magazine About Chile, Leanna Garfield

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

Macaronic, a digital travel and culture magazine, features stories about people and destinations across the world, with each issue spotlighting a new country. The first issue chronicles stories across Chile. As a digital native magazine, Macaronic encourages its users to connect with stories across borders. It appeals to curious millennials who strive for an authentic experience when they travel.

For this project, I traveled to ten different locations outside of Santiago to report stories from across the country, including Valparaíso, Concepción, Chiloé, and Patagonia. Macaronic includes four main “categories,” or sections: “Guides,” “People,” “Travels,” and “Culture.” It features a wide ...


Tinkers: Robots, Makers, And The Changing Face Of 21st Century Diy, Linda Gorman May 2015

Tinkers: Robots, Makers, And The Changing Face Of 21st Century Diy, Linda Gorman

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

Project URL: www.tinkers.lindaggorman.com

My capstone project takes the form of a website, accessible at the URL above. The site features nine different journalistic pieces reported and produced over the course of the past year, all centered on the themes of robotics and cutting-edge DIY communities. I worked in several different media, from traditional print to audio to infographics. Though this project officially falls under the category of magazine journalism, my capstone also had a heavy technical component associated with creating the website and writing scripts to collect and visualize data.

In terms of the content, I reported ...


Word On The Street: Examining What Characteristics Of A Street Paper And Its Host City Best Contribute To Success, Nicole Gorny May 2015

Word On The Street: Examining What Characteristics Of A Street Paper And Its Host City Best Contribute To Success, Nicole Gorny

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

By creating opportunities for microentrepreneurship, street papers have been tackling homelessness and poverty in U.S. cities since the late 1980s. Homeless or low-income vendors purchase these social justice-oriented publications for a fraction of the cover price, and then resell them on street corners for profit. By 2015 the self-help model had spread to 35 U.S. cities, according to the International Network of Street Papers. These cities range significantly in characteristics such as population size, climate, geographic location and political atmosphere.

Drawing on interviews with more than 20 editors, staff and vendors at North American street papers, I have ...


Strada: A City-Centric Digital Magazine On Florence, Italy, Gabriela Riccardi May 2015

Strada: A City-Centric Digital Magazine On Florence, Italy, Gabriela Riccardi

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

More than 45 American university and colleges run programs in Florence, Italy, translating to more than one student center per square mile of the city. And the young American presence is apparent in Firenze. Students fill the city center, flock together in coffee shops, flow in and out of markets and museums and discoteques. But from this stronghold springs an Florentine catering to Americanism: there are restaurants that will speak English rather than Italian, shops that will sell American labels from home, and piazzas that are bustling not with young Italians, but students from the States. It can be remarkably ...


Revel Magazine, Leigh Miller May 2015

Revel Magazine, Leigh Miller

Syracuse University Honors Program Capstone Projects

REVEL Magazine is a fashion-and-beauty lifestyle magazine for undergraduate and post-graduate women. This is the May 2015 launch issue focusing on materials from the Spring/Summer 2015 Ready To Wear collections. REVEL was designed and created in Adobe InDesign (with aid from Adobe Photoshop) originally for print, but is circulated online via ISSUU, a digital media platform that allows for digital magazine viewing in a print-like format. It is additionally available via PDF for tablet devices.

REVEL Magazine’s goal is to approach the high-fashion world through a youthful, informed, creative, and critical eye; to reinterpret luxury designs for independent ...


Made For Walking, Ralph Willsey Jan 2013

Made For Walking, Ralph Willsey

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