Humanities and Social Sciences to host Senior Capstone Presentations

Humanities and Social Sciences Department to host senior presentations

The following students from OLLU’s Humanities and Social Sciences Department will be presenting exhibits, recitals and capstone projects this week. All presentations will be available virtually.

Monday
12:30-1:30 p.m.
Available at this link:
https://bit.ly/3n8JeyN
Desiree Ledesma, Music Program
“’Dearly Beloved:’ Musical Affect in the Kingdom Hearts Series”


Jessica Pruneda, Theology and Spiritual Action Major
“Young Adults in the Catholic Church: Theological Reflections”


Mia Sanchez, Comparative Mexican American Studies Program
Chicana Third Space Spiritualities: A Homeplace Ethnography” 


4 p.m.
Available at this link: Biliterate Certificate Presentation

Viridiana Mejia Montes, Biliterate Certificate Program
“Mercadotecnia: La línea entre el beneficio y el daño de una marca nueva“ 

Tuesday
12:30-1:45 p.m.
Available at this link:
Honors Capstone Presentations

Alexis Romero, Honors Program and Political Science Program
“The Impacts of DACA on Higher Education”


Savannah V. Hernandez, Honors Program
“Water Quality on Elmendorf Lake Before and After Rainfall”


Virginia Rodriguez
“Does Location of Quarantine Increase Anxiety Level?”


Wednesday
12:30-1:45 p.m.
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Political Science Capstone Presentations

Alexis Romero, Political Science Program
“The Impacts of DACA on Higher Education”


Rogelio Pacheco, Political Science Program
“Effects of Raising the Minimum Wage”


 Letzy Nunez, Political Science Program
“How Did The US Fail To Handle COVID?”


 Jacquelyn Joaquin, Political Science Program
“Why Hasn’t the United States Banned Bottled Water to Establish a Public Water Infrastructure?”


Thursday
12:30-1:45 p.m.
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Political Science Capstone Presentations (cont.)

 Joseph Anderson, Political Science Program
“The Impact of Antitrust Laws on the Modern Middle Class”


Alexus Gutierrez, Political Science Program
“Under What Conditions has Sexual Assault Increased in the Military?”


Nichole Infantes, Political Science Program
“Two Presidencies, Same Outcome: Phenomenon of Separation on Latino Children Separated at the Border”


Gracie Sibrian, Political Science Program
“Attitudes Towards Immigration During the Trump Era”

Thursday
12:30-1:30 p.m.
Available at this link: History Capstone Presentations
Lisa R. Guerrero, History Program
“Suppressed Yet Survived:  How Western Influence Failed to Silence Two-Spirit Native Americans”  

Kent Tucker, History Program 
“Pervitin in the Third Reich: Wonder Drug to Liability”