This issue features the largest number of papers ever published in a single issue of the journal, eight of the finest papers submitted. These papers represent the six different academic departments at The Citadel: chemistry, English, fine arts, history, political science, and psychology.
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"An In-Depth Look at Mental Illness in Othello", Joseph C. Collins, Class of 2010, Chemistry Major.
"The Crusades and the Current Conflict in the Middle East", Jerome C. Edelson, Class of 2009, Biology Major.
- Tso-Chun Meng, Class of 2010, Mathematics Major.
- Kai Hsiao, Class of 2010, Business Administration Major.
Kei-Tai Yu, Class of 2010, Physics Major.
"Democracy in the Modern World ", Leon E. Hontz III, Class of 2009, Double Major in Political Science and Spanish with a Minor in East Asian Studies.
"Comparing Landscape Artistry Through the Years", Franklin D. Elliott Jr., Class of 2008, Electrical Engineering Major.
"Caligula, Public Enemy: Why He Needed To Be Killed", John P. Stinson, Class of 2008, History Major.
"China's Health Care Problems: No Universal Solution", Clayton E. Carter, Class of 2008, Health and Wellness Major.
- "A Chemical and Historical Account of Gunpowder", David A. Poston, Class of 2008, Chemistry Major.