MARS: Recent submissions

  • Ceperley, Peter (https://resonanceswavesandfields.blogspot.com/2019/07/wave-centric-interpretation-of-quantum.html, 2019-07-09)
    This paper explores one interpretation of quantum mechanics: that perhaps the waves of quantum mechanics are real and the particles, i.e. the quanta, are merely properties of atoms, the atoms which are responsible for ...
  • Holloway, Shaun
    A bunch of text that says something profound will soon appear in this document.
  • François, Kyle
    This thesis is a collection of personal essays centered around the Midwest. The essays circle both rural and cityscapes, while moving through the point of view of a narrator obsessed with postmodernity and all of its ...
  • Branca, Katherine
    This thesis is a collection of essays about dance and spirituality. They consider how dance may or may not be a form of spirituality, and what it means for a dancer to lose this connection to his or her “faith” through ...
  • 43.16 
    Boss, Christopher
    Clive Fischer-Kersey is an elite runner who qualifies for the Olympic Games in the 400m sprint. This novel explores the psychological and social pressures that contribute to the life of a world-class athlete.
  • Bolgiano, Anne Taylor
    This novel takes place in Washington, DC. It follows five housemates, all in their early twenties to early thirties and from slightly divergent backgrounds, as they try to make a path forward after the death of their ...
  • Ashby, Elizabeth
    Emerging infectious diseases (EIDs) are a significant threat to global security and human wellbeing. A majority of EIDs affecting humans are zoonotic, or originating from animals. Human risk of exposure to zoonotic pathogens ...
  • Aadahl, Sarah
    This thesis examines how gender norms are both subverted and reproduced in cosplay through subcultural boundaries and character displays and performance. The cosplay community is examined to understand how cosplay is a ...
  • New Noise 
    Barzditis, Tim
    Music transcends all kinds of distance, both literal and figurative. This collection of poetry evokes a narrative of struggling and reconciling with these distances, primarily through the recontextualization of song lyrics, ...
  • Weeren, Ellen
    Over a hundred years ago in a small Asian village, a young man grows up with the sister he believes to be his twin. She falls ill when they are thirteen with a condition resistant to traditional medical treatment. Relying ...
  • Petrassi, Alexandria
    Nude Study seeks to interrogate the representation of the female nude in Western art. The speaker seeks to understand the purpose and meaning behind the postured representation of nude women in Western art, with special ...
  • Moore, Clare
    This thesis is a creative project that explores character, plot, theme, and setting. The novel follows the story of Sara Ellis and her two brothers as they embark on a journey to “make it” as a band in Los Angeles. ...
  • Li, Huilun
    Background: Migraine is a common neurological disorder that causes moderate to severe headache attacks accompanied by other disabling symptoms. Previous clinical studies have found a daily single dose of 400 mg riboflavin ...
  • Jensen, Elspeth
    Fit for Home is a collection of poetry exploring the idea of home and house, literally and figuratively, and the house’s relationship to the self, memory, and experience.
  • Guan, Steven; Khan, Amir A.; Sikdar, Siddartha; Chitnis, Parag V. (Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics, 2019)
    Photoacoustic imaging is an emerging imaging modality that is based upon the photoacoustic effect. In photoacoustic tomography (PAT), the induced acoustic pressure waves are measured by an array of detectors and used to ...
  • Prosopon 
    Thompson, E Rhodes
    What makes a self? Where is the line between outward appearance and identity? This thesis is a collection of poems which examines through the artifice of Greek myth and entomology a transgender and neuro-divergent ...
  • Kwon, Harim (Journal of the Association of Laboratory Phonology, 2019)
    This study investigates the role of phonology in spontaneous imitation in Seoul Korean speakers’ imitation of aspirated stops by comparing the primary and non-primary cues. Seoul Korean aspirated stops are differentiated ...
  • Anders, Mark H.; DiVenere, Viktor J.; Hemming, Sidney R.; Gombiner, Joel (Geosphere, 2019)
    The Picabo volcanic field is one of the key silicic volcanic fields in the time-transgressive track of the Yellowstone hotspot. The Picabo volcanic field is also one of the most poorly defined volcanic fields along the ...
  • Nelson, Allister (Frontiers in Communication, 2019)
    Bipolar disorder is a serious illness that claims hundreds of lives each year. In a watershed movement as the framing of bipolar shifts, the disease is gaining more awareness after the diagnosis of Mariah Carey and advocacy ...
  • Johri, Aditya
    This thesis is a collection of essays that portray my experiences with becoming changing nationalities, becoming a citizen of America and relinquishing my Indian citizenship. Beginning with the process of applying for ...

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