Welcome to the collection of Providence Campus Honors Theses. These theses represent students' capstone achievement in the Honors Program. Each thesis has been completed by an Honors student under the guidance of a Faculty Mentor and approved by the Honors Advisory Council.

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Submissions from 2014

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Social Activism with Extra Sauce: How Food Communication Increases Political Awareness in Social Media, Amy DeMello

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"Can't Nobody Fly With All That Stuff": Exploring Representations and Standards of Black Patriarchal Masculinity in Television, Film, and Music, Chloe Marshall

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Traditional Foot Racing v. Obstacle Racing, Kathleen Sands

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Beyond the Wine Menu: Understanding Flavor and Taste Perception as a Factor in Pairing Wine and Dessert, Cristina Vazquez

Submissions from 2013

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The Rise and Fall of Bread in America, Amanda Benson

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Table for One, Food for Two: A Socio-economic Perspective on American Obesity, Celestina Victoria Brunetti

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Japanese Monetary Policy: The Effectiveness of Quantitative Easing, Colin James Flynn

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Revenge, Guilt, and Greed: Feast Scenes and Political Order in Shakespearian Society, Ashley VanderWeele

Submissions from 2012

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The Negative Effects of Tourism on National Parks in the United States, Lauren Finnessey

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Applying Lean Six Sigma at Nordson EFD, Kristen Harvey

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Changing Drink: How the Eighteenth Amendment Significantly Altered the Way People Regard Drink, Michelle Jasinski

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Advertising and Consumerism in the Food Industry, Marlene Keller

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Nonprofit Funding Agencies’ Review of Grant Recipients, Siobain McIlvain

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Edible Marijuana: A New Frontier in the Culinary World, Ariella H. Wolkowicz

Submissions from 2011

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Music, Mood, and Memory: An In-Depth Look at How Music Can Be Used as a Trigger to Elicit Specific Emotional Responses and Associated Memories, Jennifer Lynn Stubing