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TU students present senior thesis projects

Thomas University Humanities and Interdisciplinary Studies seniors presented their senior thesis projects on Tuesday, May 1, in Flowers Foods Executive Classroom inside Smith-Bonvillian Hall. Two of the projects were creative writing works. The others were researched essays. Presenters included (front row from left) Maranda Metcalf from Cairo; Dashley Reyes from Hialeah, Florida; Wyatt Petrey from Jacksonville, Florida; Zachary Ludecke from Thomasville; Timothy Roszell II from Callahan, Florida; Jamison Williams from Thomasville; (back row) Princeton Henderson from Thomasville; Levi Hollingsworth from Lake City, Florida; Albert Goss from Jackson, Mississippi; and Johnell Ginnie from Jacksonville, Florida.

Presentations included:

  • Johnell Ginnie – “The College Journey: The Hero’s Journey” (a memoir)
  • Albert Goss – “Basketball and the Game of Life” (poetry)
  • Princeton Henderson – “Racial Equality: Then and Now”
  • Levi Hollingsworth – “Effects of Social Media in Sports”
  • Zachary Ludecke – “James Oglethorpe: Father of Georgia”
  • Maranda Metcalf – “Home of the Brave, Land of the Free: Where Not Many Board Members Look Like Me”
  • Wyatt Petrey – “Mental Outlook on Sports Injuries”
  • Dashley Reyes – “Impact of Nutritional Habits on Sports Training”
  • Timothy Roszell II – “Educated Coaches Can Prevent Sports-Related Injuries in Youth”
  • Jamison Williamson – “Physical Exercise and Cognitive Functioning in Older Adults”
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