“Nervous. It’s always a risk putting yourself out there. It’s terrifying. It’s like part of your soul just hanging in this gallery.”
Photo by Stephanie Masat Photography
Have you ever wondered if the student research projects your professors assign you really matter in the whole scheme of things? Well, they do matter, as MBU student researchers have learned each year since the first Student Research Symposium back in 2015. This year’s symposium will contribute to that body of understanding.
Photo by Guy Danhoff
Nicole Walen, one of the top research performers at last year’s Research Symposium, stands in front of her correlation analysis project, which led to significant changes in how MBU athletics handles its social media accounts.
Have you ever thought about narrowing down your entire 2018 improvement plan into one valuable word? Just one word that tells exactly what you plan on doing better, or doing more of, or less of. This is the question posed to student journalists for this blog.
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Pirate treasure, Spanish riches, the Holy Grail and precious objects belonging to the Knights Templar are all rumored to have found their final resting place on a small island off the coast of Nova Scotia.
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This aerial photo shows the Oak Island excavation site in August of 1931, with workers standing in the middle, cabins to the far right and Mahone Bay in the background.