Arcturus
Volume 1 Issue 1
Fall 2003/Winter 2004

Elon Stars

Elon Stars are our student submissions. Any Elon student can submit an article, a paper, or a presentation on any research topic, or any issue in the sciences, technology, or scientific literacy. All English 318 students' final projects are included in this section also.

English 318 Scientific and Technical Writing
These submissions are the final projects of the class that created this site.

If All the World's A Stage, I Want Better Lighting: An Introduction to Theatrical Lighting Design and Production -
Lorie Arnold
Harry Potter Books: Good or Evil? -
Meredith Bradshaw
How Popular Novelists affect
the Scientific Literacy of our Nation
- Whitney Bruce
The Truth About Genetically Engineered Food -
Molly DuBois
Peer-2-Peer Networks: What You Need to Know -
Alec Hillard
Rhetoric: The Art and the Science -
David Kendall
Getting Rich the Natural Way: The Future of American Industry -
Andrew Mackey
Kudzu: The South's New King -
Jennifer Massey
The Feasilbility, Funding and Effectiveness of Strategic Missile Defense -
Brian Sappey
Geographic Information Systems: Answers to Questions You Never Knew to Ask -
Jes Sdao
ZZZ's to A's: Why School Start Times Need to Be Adjusted -
Sarah Umberger
Bush's Forest Management Plan: Preventing Fire or Creating It? -
Samuel Walker

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Submitted Work
These submissions are from students attending Elon University.

Title of Student Submission
Brief summary of the student's project or submission, what it entails, where it was created, etc. This summary should cover a few lines so as to appear a 'teaser' of sorts. Almost like an abstract of the work as would appear before a reasearch project.

Title of Student Submission
Brief summary of the student's project or submission, what it entails, where it was created, etc. This summary should cover a few lines so as to appear a 'teaser' of sorts. Almost like an abstract of the work as would appear before a reasearch project.

Title of Student Submission
Brief summary of the student's project or submission, what it entails, where it was created, etc. This summary should cover a few lines so as to appear a 'teaser' of sorts. Almost like an abstract of the work as would appear before a reasearch project.

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