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"I worked with many great athletes and coaches, allowing me the opportunity to gain experience and confidence that without, I wouldn’t be where I am today. LSSU not only gave me my undergraduate education but I gained lifelong friends and connections that will go with me in whatever endeavor that I attempt. Athletic Training at LSSU changed my life and changed my goal in life for the better. "

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College of Arts, Letters, Social Sciences and Emergency Services

School of Communication Studies and the Fine & Performing Arts

Fine Arts Studies Department

Major Productions

At the Mercy of Ruin *
2011
Spring
Times' Up (from All in the Timing) +
2011
Spring
Coppelia, a comedic ballet
2011
Spring
Icarus
2010
Fall
Romeo and Juliet
2010
Spring
Running for the Storm Cellar from Escaping Tornado Season *
2009
Fall
You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown
2009
Spring
Relationships *
2008
Fall
Proud Monster *
2008
Spring
The Diviners
2008
Spring
Lemonade and I'm Herbert
2007
Fall
Modern Martyr *
2007
Spring
Macbeth
2007
Spring
The Glass Menagerie
2006
Fall
Incident at Thompson Slough and Other Stories *
2006
Fall
The Vagina Monologues +
2006
Spring
A Small, Good Thing *
2006
Spring
Body My House
2006
Spring
No Exit +
2005
Spring
Elliot Enacted *
2004
Fall
The Fantasticks
2004
Spring
Agnes of God
2003
Fall
Silver Voices *
2003
Spring
The Vagina Monologues +
2003
Spring
Shades and Shadows of Violence *
2002
Fall
Talking With
2002
Spring
Our Town
2002
Spring
Greater Tuna
2001
Spring
Canadian Gothic
2000
Fall

* denotes original scripting and adaptation
+ denotes student-directed and -designed productions

 

 

Analysis of 2,4-D in Sediment Samples Taken from Paradise Lake, MI

Benjamin McPhail

Two organizations from Paradise Lake, concerned for the environmental quality of Paradise Lake, wanted to test a few methods to help control the population of Eurasian Milfoil to help promote continuing recreational activity in the lake. Each organization had different ideals: one was for natural treatment, the other wanted to explore chemical treatment avenues. One method chosen by the latter organization was chemical treatment using 2,4-Dichlorophenoxy Acetic Acid (2,4-D), a common pesticide, especially in agriculture. To determine whether there was a risk to the lake or surrounding groundwater sources, sediment samples were collected and analyzed for the presence of 2,4-D.

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