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Volume 32 of The Pick



Title: Happy Trails to You

Author:Amelie Miltenberger

Essay Type:

Course:English 102

Instructor:Mr. Chris Genre


Title: The Strength of Women

Author:Caycee Terrell-Vinning

Essay Type:

Course:English 232

Instructor:Ms. Amy Acosta


Title: A Gift

Author:Daniel Laux

Essay Type:

Course:English 101

Instructor:Dr. Richard Louth


Title: The Touch of a Button

Author:Davana Wilkins

Essay Type:

Course:English 102

Instructor:Mr. Chris Genre


Title: High Times, High Tides -- Nineteenth Century New Orleans and Grand Isle

Author:Jacques Pitre

Essay Type:

Course:English 300

Instructor:Mr. Chris Genre


Title: A Family Torn

Author:J.C. Bonura

Essay Type:

Course:English 101

Instructor:Ms. Leigh Camacho


Title: Tell-Tale Art: Antebellum Racialism in the Fiction of Poe

Author:John Adam Shelton

Essay Type:

Course:English 232

Instructor:Dr. Natasha Whitton


Title: Retrospective

Author:Justin Burdette

Essay Type:

Course:English 101

Instructor:Dr. Richard Louth


Title: A Family Tradition

Author:Kristin Matranga

Essay Type:

Course:English 101

Instructor:Dr. Richard Louth


Title: Maw Maw

Author:Lance Felps

Essay Type:

Course:English 101

Instructor:Mr. Paul Crawford


Title: An Analysis of the Poem "Homecoming"

Author:Mechelle Rouchon

Essay Type:

Course:English 102

Instructor:Mr. Paul Crawford


Title: The Book

Author:Michael Brady

Essay Type:

Course:English 101

Instructor:Ms. Amy Acosta


Title: The Person under the Paper

Author:Michelle Kay

Essay Type:

Course:English 232

Instructor:Ms. Amy Acosta


Title: A Natural Introspection into Robert Frost's Poetry

Author:Patricia Taylor

Essay Type:

Course:English 232

Instructor:Dr. Natasha Whitton


Title: The Balance in "Crossing Brooklyn Ferry"

Author:Rachel Carazo

Essay Type:

Course:English 295

Instructor:Dr. Christine Mitchell


Title: The Ethics of Groundhog Day: Phil Connors and the Platonic Tripartite Division of the Soul

Author:Rachel Cedor

Essay Type:

Course:Philosophy 313

Instructor:Ms. Brooke Ettle