Indigenous Peoples and the Modern Era

Meghan Enzinna, author Dr. Laura Farrell, faculty advisor Much has been accomplished since the industrial revolution. Transportation and technology have skyrocketed and left behind their mark of accomplishment. However, this mark is not so easily seen by those who make it, but rather by those who suffer from it. Native tribes all over the world … Continue reading →

Communication Studies, Volume 8

Hazing in Black Greek Lettered Organizations: A Symbolic Interactionist Study

By Tristan Cunningham

Abstract Black Greek Lettered Organizations have provided many opportunities for students since their inception.  They have been integral in the lives of many cultural icons such as Martin Luther King Jr., Maya Angelou, and Shaquille O’Neal.  Hazing is slowly but surely ripping these organizations apart as their relevancy and purpose on college campus around the … Continue reading →

Communication Studies, Research, Volume 6

Because That’s What Daddies Do: Effects of Fathering Patterns on Sons’ Self and Gender Identities

By John William Berry

Abstract The present study included an open-ended survey format that targeted males between the ages of 18 and 26. The 25 participants who responded were asked a series of questions related to their relationship with their fathers in order to understand how their personal gender identities were created and influenced by their fathers. The findings … Continue reading →

Communication Studies, Research, Volume 5