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Love = Need for Connection + Need for Survival + Bullshit

By Chelsea Lenoble Love is one of the most intricate and baffling concepts that humans have attempted to tackle for as long as we could communicate. Although recent studies have attributed its potency to simply neurotransmitters fired in the brain, … Continue reading

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Presidency

By Thomas Lutz Ronald Wilson Reagan, nicknamed ‘Dutch’ by his father, was the fortieth President of the United States of America and the thirty-third Governor of California. Serving two terms in the White House, from 1981-1989, President Reagan saw his … Continue reading

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Pulling the wings off M. Butterfly: Dramatic Irony, Performance and the Third Space in Hwang’s dramatic script and film adaptation

By Leah Knapp M. Butterfly is, by nature, “deconstructivist” (95), at least as Hwang describes it. Of course, authorial intent factors into an interpretation of a work, however it ultimately comes down to whether or not he accomplished his goal. … Continue reading

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Inventing Identities: Becoming a Mestiza in Julia Alvarez’s How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents and Esmeralda Santiago’s When I Was Puerto Rican

By Shauna Maragh In the first chapter of Julia Alvarez’s novel, How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents, Yolanda Garcia struggles to resolve a dilemma she faces her entire life: “What language […] did she love in?” (Alvarez 13).  Alvarez … Continue reading

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Fall 2010

These essays, research papers, and response papers are examples of the depth and breadth of academic work by Stetson University students. This inaugural edition of Inkwell features papers written for English, Political Science, and Environmental Science classes. Students in all … Continue reading

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