A celebration of Volume XIII of Philologia, the undergraduate research venue of the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, took place virtually on May 6.

This year’s staff consisted of: co-editors-in-chief Jessica Calvertprofessional and technical writingEnglish, and creative writing, and Grace Robinsonphilosophy, politics, and economics and economics; associate editors: Andrew Denton, English; Harlee Fuhrman, English and business management consulting and analysis; Sumaiya Haque, philosophy, politics, and economics; Shae Mullinscommunication science and social inquiryEmily Warwickinternational relations and public and urban affairs; and Mackenzie Williamsmultimedia journalism; and marketing editor Molly McNulty, communication science and social inquiry.

Volume XIII comprises the following articles and creative scholarship: “Four Letters: Deconstructing the Brontë-Héger Myth,” by Michelle Garcia, English and communication science and social inquiry, pp. 4–12; “A Comparative Analysis of Reynaldo Hahn’s and Gabriel Fauré’s Settings of Paul Verlaine’s ‘La lune blanche luit dans les bois’” by Jacob Giancaterinomusic and finance, pp. 13–22; “Forgiveness” by Anshu Pokharel, philosophy, politics, and economics, pp. 22–24; “The Lake,” by August Reynolds, English, pp. 25–28; and “Determinate Sentencing and the Epidemic of Biases in American Courts” by Ian Willis, marketing management, pp. 29–36. All articles and creative scholarship will be available online soon on this website

Members of this year’s College and Review Board were: Monica Kimbrell, assistant dean; Caitlin Martinkus, Music; Nancy MetzEnglishMichael MoehlerPolitical Science and director of the Kellogg Center for Philosophy, Politics, and EconomicsJoseph PittPhilosophyLucinda Roy, English; Robert Stephens, History; Debra StoudtModern and Classical Languages and Literatures and associate dean; Daniel Thorp, History and associate dean; and Matthew Vollmer, English.