Advanced research opportunities are available to students with their capstone project, where they work closely with a faculty member and present their research at the end of the year at the Holy Cross Academic Conference. The Capstone Experience may be a culminating research paper, artistic project, or performance.

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Submissions from 2017

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Maternal Provisioning of Eggs of the Starlet Sea Anemone, Nematostella Vectensis: Selection Pressures Favoring the Evolution of Coloniality, Asmani Adhav

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How Do Race, Age, and Sexual Orientation Impact the Effects of Sexual Objectification?, Ambra Dhima

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STEM Education: Comparing College of the Holy Cross to the United States, Julia A. Jesielowski

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Extending Title IX to Transgender Students, Raha Maalin

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It’s an “Ad World”: the Advertising Industry and its Interaction with Culture and Gender, Elizabeth Pearce

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Fashion & Body Positivity: The Impact of Body Positivity within the Fashion Blogosphere, Alicia Perry

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Becoming Queer in the 20 th Century: An Analysis of Print Literature and Changing Queer Identity, Keith Plummer

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Adolescent Identity Struggle and the Role of Adolescent Romantic Relationships: A Case Study on “Smashed: Story of a Drunken Girlhood”, Ana-Sofia Reyes

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Beauty and the Beast: Pageants and Ethno-National Representation in the Dominican Republic, Kary Suazo

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Thanks, Anita Hill, Caroline Tibbitts

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Barbie As Cultural Compass: Embodiment, Representation, and Resistance Surrounding the World’s Most Iconized Doll, Hannah Tulinski

Submissions from 2016

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Defining Assault: How Holy Cross Women Identify and Make Sense of Sexually Assaultive Experiences, Caitlin McGuire