Honorus Volume XV

In the 1999-2000 issue of Honorus we are proud to feature the work of students from several divisions within the College. From the Division of Mathematical and Natural Sciences, Senior Biology major with Chemistry minor Aaron LeFebvre presents his project "The Human Spumavirus and Its Use as a Vector in Gene Therapy."There are two projects this year from Junior in the Humanities Division students: Leighann Williams examines the effects of technology in the twentieth century in "The World is Too Much with us: Technology and the Twentieth Century" and Ellen Rita Heidrick explores the Constitutional constraints on gun control legislation in "Intentions, Meanings, and Interpretations of the Second Amendment and Gun Control". Prior to graduating this year with her degree in Physical Therapy, Susan McCarty from the Division of Health Sciences contributed her project "Wound Treatment and the use of Regrenex".

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