Antonian Scholars present their honors projects

Veronika Paprocka '17

Veronika Paprocka '17 found a commode seat and other survival items while researching her Antonian Scholars project. Photo by Rebecca Slater '10 / By Rebecca Studios

Thirteen students in St. Kate's Antonian Honors Program will present their final projects on the St. Paul campus. Catch them in person throughout the month of March and early April. Or, watch them via live stream on video platform Panopto.

"Our honors students have pursued their academic passions and developed amazing, inspired projects," wrote Rafael Cervantes, program director, in an email to the University community. "I hope you will join me in attending their presentations and in celebrating their hard work."

Thursday, March 2, 11:45 a.m.-1:15 pm, Visual Arts Building Lecture Hall

"Shadows into the Light: Exploring the Stories of Women in Herodotus"
— by Rose Winter, double major history and math

"The Correlation Between Dress and Self-Confidence in the Workplace: A Study in Business Attire"
— Anya Race, fashion merchandising major

Friday, March 3, 3-4 p.m. Visual Arts Lecture Hall

"Tunnels, Pools and Ghosts: Exploring Space at St. Catherine University"
— Veronika Paprocka, history major
Read more about her project, and see more images of our past as a 1960s fallout shelter, in St. Kate's mag: "The Scholarly Sleuth."

Tuesday, March 7, Noon-1:30 p.m., 121 Whitby

"The Racial Disparity in Minnesota’s English Language Arts Standards and Texts"
— Sarah Sullivan, English major

Tuesday, March 14, 11:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m. Visual Arts Lecture Hall

"Loyalty and Liberty: A Look at Women's Lives on the Losing Side of the American Revolution"
— Sarah Larsen, secondary education major

"Beyond Pink-it-and-Shrink-it: Women’s Bike Wear Trend Analysis and Design"
— Briana Turnbull, apparel design major

Thursday, March 16, 11:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m., Visual Arts Lecture Hall

"Zoos and Conservation: A Critique"
— Julia Zyla, biology major

"Las Hierbas Malas"
— Samantha Sherratt, double major English and Spanish

Tuesday, March 28, 11:45 a.m.-1:15 p.m., Visual Arts Lecture Hall

"Bronze Roses, Pink Crosses, and Feminicide: The Art of Lament and Liberation in Ciudad Juárez"
— Lizzie Cleary, studio art major

"A Review of Residence Life Marketing"
— Morgaine Butler, human condition studies major

Wednesday, March 29, 6-7 p.m., Music Building Recital Hall

"The Resilience of Somali and Oromo Women in Navigating a New World"
— Ikram Koliso, double major social work and public health

Saturday, April 1. | 7-9:30 p.m., Music Recital Hall

"The Gilded Idol and Hypnotic Lullaby: Composing and Performing in Two Styles"
— Maia Labrie, English and music studies major

"A Long Time Ago in a Land Far Away: Women, Music, and Stories"
— Sarah Schultz (Music Theater)


Learn more about the Antonian Scholars Program at St. Kate's.

By Pauline Oo