Nicholls State

Zoe Cancienne

Z. Cancienne, graduate from Nicholls State University, has the tendency to write down and expand upon analytical thoughts about films and T.V. shows that she watches. Although this is not something she does in any professional capacity, Z has a minor in Film Studies as a part of her bachelor’s degree, has written several film …

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Mandi Hutchinson

Mandi Hutchinson is a senior at Arizona State University where they are majoring in Religious Studies. Their interest in religious studies sparked while taking elective classes for their degree. Mandi always had a passion for humanity and found people interesting, and religious studies highlighted the most basic parts of being human and how society interacts. …

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Michael Borntreger

Originally from Sarasota, Florida, Michael Borntreger currently resides in Tampa and has successfuly completed his B. A. in Spanish at the University of Tampa in December of 2021 and has been accepted to the University of South Florida to begin his M. A. in Spanish in August of 2022. During his undergraduate studies, in addition …

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Dr. Andrew DeMil

Dr. Andrew DeMil is an Associate Professor of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Tampa. His areas of expertise include classroom language learning and teaching, textbook analysis, and he focuses on second language acquisition studies with his students. 

Paul Lopez

Paul Lopez, a native of Texas, obtained his B.A. in Literary Studies from Nicholls State University in the Spring of 2022. Paul credits the time spent studying and his professors at Nicholls State for helping him to reach another level of understanding and creation in his writing and critical understanding. This time at Nicholls also …

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Mark Hue

Mark Hue

Mark Hue is a student at Nicholls State University pursuing an English degree in film and literature as well as minors in history and humanities. Born in Thibodaux, he graduated high school from E.D. White and has attended Nicholls for three years, the alma mater of both of his parents. Mark has been involved in …

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Abigail Wilkinson

Abigail Wilkinson

Abigail Wilkinson is a student at the University of Central Florida, and author of Viewing the History of Japanese and U.S. Relations through Animation. As a visual arts major, Abigail is deeply familiar with the power of images. Her studies have provided her with the opportunity to explore some of her favorite subjects, including the …

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Beneath the Surface: An Analysis of Gender and Cultural Bias in Hemingway’s “Hills Like White Elephants

By: Paul J. Lopez “Beneath the Surface: An Analysis of Gender and Cultural Bias in Hemingway’s “Hills Like White Elephants” In an interview with “The Paris Review”, Hemingway states “I always, try to write on the principle of the iceberg. There is seven-eighths of it underwater for every part that shows” (qtd. in Bausch and …

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Student Perception of online translators: Do they do more harm than good?

By: Andrew DeMil and Michael Borntreger “Student Perception of online translators: Do they do more harm than good?” AbstractThough most second-language instructors are aware that some students use web-based machine translation (WBMT) in order to complete assignments, little is known as to why students decide to utilize such tools and how they may affect the …

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