2014 Schedule

2014 Program (Please use this link to access the full schedule of events)

Please Note:

Change in Panel

Undergraduate Panel: Imagining the Fourteenth Century Then and Now
Moderator: TBA
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“Engaging Love Piece by Piece,” Shane Merritt, Keene State College

“Myth Motifs in the Fourteenth Century,” Ariel Frankel, Keene State College

“A Knight of Knights: Sir Ulrich,” Maria Avery, Keene State College

The Lord of the Rings in the Fourteenth Century,” Carolynn Berry, Keene State
College

Paper Cancellation:

(9:30-10:50 Friday Session 1)

“Killing for Love: The Case of the English Saracen Princess,”
Meriem Pages, Keene State College

 

 Panel Cancellation:

(10:35-11:55 Saturday Session 5)

Undergraduate Panel: Contextualizing Fourteenth-Century Literature
Moderator: Meriem Pages
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“Bye, Bye Black Death,” Jamie Clark, Keene State College

“Lollards despite Themselves,” Olivia Mendoza, Keene State College

“Do Kings Truly Act like Kings?” Anjum Syed, Keene State College

“Women: in the Eyes of Men,” Rose O’Callaghan, Keene State College

In Plymouth Magazine

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Freydis Holla Einarsdottir ’19 came this close to competing in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Since coming to PSU, she’s been posting top finishes for the women’s ski team, and in March she became the first woman in Plymouth State history to compete in the NCAA Championships, the biggest race in collegiate ski racing. […]

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Honoring the Past with a Gift for the Future

Together, Kappa brothers celebrate the good times and help each other in times of need. “The friendships with Brothers of Kappa have stayed with me and so many others for all these years,” says Dana Nelson ’69, one of the fraternity’s founding brothers. “This relationship will stay with us the rest of our lives.” To […]

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First in the (New) Nation

A Young Man’s Journey from a Nepalese Refugee Camp to the New Hampshire Polls » Southern Bhutan. Early 1990s. Members of an ethnic minority population, the Hindu Lhotshampas, began fleeing rising levels of persecution by the Bhutanese government. Denied their citizenship rights because of religious and cultural differences, the group—more than 100,000 strong—eventually sought protection […]