Congratulations to the Following Honors Students for Presenting at the Popular Culture Conference!​

5 IC Honors students presented the original scholarship at this year’s Mid-Atlantic Popular & American Culture Association, held in Baltimore November 8-10. The Honors program would like to congratulate the following students!



Zoe Merod (Art History, ’19) worked with Associate Professor of Art History Jennifer Germann to prepare her presentation: “The Iconography of King James and the NBA’s Political Bible: One Man’s Power in Shaping the Image of the Institution.”

These students worked with Katharine Kittredge (Professor of English):

Alexandria Paul (English, ’19) “The Missing Diva: The Transformation of Broadway Diva Archetype in Sondheim’s Passion

Angelina Randazzo (English Education, ’21) “’My Heart is Infinite’: Multiple Families in The Girl who Drank the Moon

Abigail Rogers (English, ’21) “SKAM: Norwegian vs. American Depictions of Sexual Assault for the Teen Audience”

Andy Yzaguirre (English, ‘20) “Anyone Can be a Super Hero: Moving Beyond the Straight White Alter Ego in Web Comics”

Once again, congratulations to these students, and thank you for representing the Honors program so well!

If you or anyone you know in the program have any noteworthy accomplishments you’d like to be shared on the blog, email me @ We’d love to share what you’re doing with our fellow Honor students!