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  • War 

    Valentine, Elizabeth (2016)
    The card game War is known for taking a long time to play. There are many different variations of the game of which could possibly make the game shorter. Using a program which we wrote in Java, we calculated the length of ...
  • A Watchful Eye 

    K., A. (1994)
    Intaglio Print A print depicting the face of a woman, with a dark background and amorphous shapes surrounding her. The woman also has a spotted lizard on her shoulder, and a moth-like creature fluttering to her left. ...
  • Water Quality and the Rusty Crayfish 

    Herber, Emily (2015-05)
    The Rusty Crayfish (Orconectes rusticus) is an invasive species that is native to Ohio but has spread all over the continental United States. As it has spread, it has outcompeted other species of crayfish and other ...
  • Water Quality in Six Lakes in Lake County, Illinois based on Land Use and Lake Origin 

    Sass, Danielle (2011-04-07)
    Water is one of the most important resources on earth, but the quality of our world’s water is deteriorating rapidly. Land use has tremendous negative effects on the quality of our water. Land use can increase sedimentation, ...
  • Water St's pulse beats 

    Weston, Jill M. (1981)
    Intaglio Print A print depicting a view of a person looking down at their stomach, legs, and feet. The person's body is depicted over a band of grey ink. From bottom to top, there is a band of grey ink, dark grey ink, ...
  • We are Barbarians...it is an honorable Title! 

    Peterson, Eric B. (1980-11)
    Lithograph Print A print depicting several military leaders from Germany and Russia during World War II. Among the images of their faces, include silhouettes of armed soldiers, jeeps, tanks, and the silhouette of a ...
  • We are Barbarians...it is an honorable Title! 

    Peterson, Eric B. (1980-11)
    Lithograph Print A print depicting several military leaders from Germany and Russia during World War II. Among the images of their faces, include silhouettes of armed soldiers, jeeps, tanks, and the silhouette of a ...
  • We blossom and flourish 

    Ball, Sandra (1978)
    Intaglio Print A print depicting a view of a small cemetery. A stone angel, along with a few tombstones and a deteriorating picket fence can be seen to the right of the piece, and partially to the left. A tree with two ...
  • We Got Music! 

    Music Department- Lambda Kappa (1997-05-08)
  • We Teach Girls 

    O'Lear, Sara (2015)
  • Weather’s Influence on Low-Level Ozone in the Midwest 

    Stella, Nicholas (2014-09-27)
    While it plays a crucial role in protecting the Earth from harmful radiation in the upper atmosphere, ozone often becomes a serious hazard to plant and animal life when it is present in the lower atmosphere as a byproduct ...
  • Webcam Observation of Saturn's C-Ring 

    Brodie, Ian; Arion, Douglas (2011-02-08)
    Changes in the rings of Saturn are difficult to detect from Earth-based telescopes because of their fine composition. Particulate bodies, like planetary rings, demonstrate strange phenomena without obvious causes and are ...
  • Wedding Photo 

    Unknown author (1970)
  • What a fool believes 

    Mauney, Catherine (1983)
    Silkscreen Print A colored print depicting a clown, or a fool within a stained glass window. The window itself is depicted in bright colors, along with two smaller windows up above it. The fool, however, is depicted in ...
  • What Difference Does Language Make? A comparison of search results based on the language of the user query and the browser 

    Sabbar, Carol (unpublished, 2011)
    In today’s world, the majority of internet users are no longer English-speaking. What does the internet experience hold for speakers of other languages? Can they search for and find resources as easily as their ...
  • When Girl Meets Boy 

    Halaska, Faith (2012)
  • When Pigs Fly 

    Setter, Barb (1988)
    Intaglio Print A print depicting four pigs dressed in uniforms and wearing sunglasses. The two pigs in the center appear to be frowning at the viewer, while the other two pigs on either end of the piece appear to be ...
  • When Pigs Fly 

    Sampedus, Robert (1988)
    Intaglio Print A print depicting two winged pigs flying through the air. The pigs both grin widely, almost leering or grimacing. 11.5” x 14 (3/4)” Printed by: Robert Sampedus Donated by: Robert Sampedus Johnson ...
  • Where Heaven and Earth Meet 

    Music Department (2008-12-06)