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  • B.L.G. 

    Slade, Ronald; Carthage College Art Collection (1993-05)
  • Baby Evergreen 

    Unknown author (1890)
  • Back Hand 

    Stocke, Dave (1984)
    Silkscreen Print A colored print depicting a tennis player, beating a green ball. The tennis player kneels to the side as he beats the ball, his blue racket creating a visible blue arc of motion. Meanwhile, the ball is ...
  • The Background of GIS and how it Works 

    Brash, Marc (1999)
    The purpose of this paper is to discuss the creditability and desirability of GIS in corporations and businesses today. GIS is very expensive to buy and maintain, so why would a business want to invest thousands of dollars ...
  • Band Gap Modulation in Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes 

    Chase, Brittany; Crosby, Kevin (2011-02-08)
    Carbon nanotube (CNT) structures represent a recently discovered (1991) phase of carbon. The CNT structure is best described as a single graphene sheet rolled into a seamless tube. They can be classified into three ...
  • Band Gaps of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes: A Computational Study 

    Chase, Brittany (2010-03-31)
    I studied the electronic band structure of carbon nanotubes through computer simulations using quantum molecular dynamics. I demonstrated that band gap energies can be "tuned" by the application of external tensile strain. ...
  • Bang Your Head 

    Parris, Scott (1984-04-11)
  • Banquet 

    Unknown author (1960)
  • Banquet 

    Unknown author (1970)
  • Barbarian 

    Desun, Joe (1977)
    Lithograph Print A print depicting a barbarian walking out of a cave, gazing out over a large ravine at other cavemen in the distance and winged creatures flying overhead. 17 (1/4)" x 12 (7/8)" Printed by: Joe ...
  • Barracks 

    Carthage Photographs (1950)
  • Baseball Team 

    Carthage Photographs (1920)
  • Basketball Men 

    Pannell, Tanya (1985)
    Lithograph Print A print depicting three young men playing basketball in an outdoor basketball court near a large warehouse. 10 (3/4)" x 12" Printed by: Tanya Pannell Donated by: Tanya Pannell Johnson Arts ...
  • Bat Activity in Relation to Landscape Composition and Spatial Configuration in Wisconsin 

    Matzinger, Alexandra (2013-09-06)
    With the devastating effects of White-Nose Syndrome rapidly spreading towards Wisconsin, identifying the abundance and distribution of bats within the state is becoming increasingly vital. In order to identify patterns of ...
  • Battle of the Sexes: Is Professional Golf Two Separate Games? 

    Landerholm, Michael (2015)
    The popularity of the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) has exploded, but the quality of golf played has not. Despite easier course set-ups, LPGA players fail to match the scores recorded by members of Professional ...
  • Beautiful Chaos 

    Weher, Cortney (2004)
    Intaglio Print A print depicting several conflicting patterns and motifs, including circles, lines, stripes, checkerboards, and shapes including clovers and suns. 10 (1/4)” x 8 (1/8)” Printed by: Cortney ...
  • The Beauty of Nature 

    Oliers, Scot James (1978)
    Lithograph Print A print depicting several animals, including geese, a buck, and a bear within a field, with mountains and trees in the distance. Depicted in the upper left corner of the piece, is a hunter with his gun ...
  • Beckles 

    Straff, MaryAnne (1988)
    Lithograph Print A print depicting the face of a smiling girl. The girl looks directly at the viewer, and her face takes up nearly the entire frame of the piece. The girl has long, dark hair with three curled bangs. 10 ...
  • The Benefits of Green Space within Higher Education 

    Pascolla, Natalie (2011-04-07)
    Throughout the course of the past four years, I have recognized a change within our society. There has been a shift in many different industries toward the ideas of sustainability, corporate responsibility, and structural ...