"Ambassadors of God" : How Catholic Lay Movements Embody and Enrich Christian Charity / Lauren Adderly.
"Damn the Five-Paragraph Format to Hell": Villanova Student and Faculty Perspectives of Writing / by Janine Perri.
"Fighting Like Cats and Dogs:" Gender and Anthropomorphism in Children's Media / Emily Renner.
"Ingen Arme, Ingen Kage:" A case study on the reactions and interactions in the comment sections of controversial Facebook posts
"Margaret Fuller" An Appreciative Interpretation of Her Life and Works.
"There Is No Economic Problem:" A Study of Scarcity, Competition, and Abundance in Modern Society / Regina Munch.
"There's a Lot of Work to Do" : Social Class and Access to Social Services among Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Americans / Daniel Shea.
"Walking the Talk": A Guiding Framework for Brand Activism / Julia Shelley.
"We read. You Skim": How News Skimming Services Have Changed the Attention Economy / Melissa Connolly.
"Your Story" ... As Told by Baccardi: Gendered Alcohol Advertisements in Print Magazines Read by College Students / Sarah McNally.
The 'New York Times' and 'Pravada' on the Polish Revolt of 1956: A Comparative Study of News Presentation.
'Saint Joan' by George Bernard Shaw.
'The Life Cycle of the Fern' With Especial Emphasis on the Method of Presenting the Subject to High School Students.
'Titus Andronicus' Forerunner of Shakespeare's Greatness.
(De)Constructing identity through Discourse at Villanova University: A Qualitative Analysis in Organizational Communication / Kayla Cooke.
The (Dis)Invention of Black Women: A Rhetorical Analysis of Intersectional Oppression within Cosmetics Practices / Chloe Benson.
The (Exogenous) Responsibility Hypothesis: Economic Voting in a Post-Brexit Ireland / Katie Kelly.
15 critical elections, 24 momentous months—where is Latin America headed?
The 1996 Philadelphia collegiate literary arts conference /
The 1996 Zambia National Housing Policy