Friday, March 23, 2012

Seven Draper Students Competing in the NYU Threesis Challenge, 3/31

The Draper Program is proud to be the most-represented program in the upcoming Threesis Challenge! Our students will be competing against other NYU MA students for a grand prize of $2,500.

Date: Saturday, March 31, 2012
Time: Final Round begins at 4:00pm. Doors open at 3:30pm.
Location: Eisner & Lubin Auditorium, Kimmel Center, 60 Washington Square South, Room 401
You can see more information about the Threesis Challenge and RSVP here:

Your fellow Draperite competitors, and the thesis projects they'll be presenting are:

Christopher Cappelluti
Joyce & Dante: The Politics of Filiation

Homa Zaryouni
Time and Narrative in Three Persian Novels

Kevin McKouen
Institutional Destructiveness: Corporate Ethics and Responsibility through Changes in Organizational Behavior

Roy Schwartz
Is Superman Circumcised? The Hero in Jewish Literature from the Bible to Comic Books

Sam Belkin
The Birth of Music out of the Spirit of Dionysus

Theresa D'Andrea
The Architecture of Fear: Claustrophobia & Confinement in Horror Film

Yun Emily Wang
Noisy-hot: the Sociopolitical Ramifications of Taiwanese Noise Ideologies

Congratulations, Draperites! We wish you all the best in the competition!

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