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  • The University of Tampa; Overstreet, Virginia, Ed. (The University of Tampa Alumni Association, The University of Tampa, 1960-08)
  • The University of Tampa; Overstreet, Virginia, Ed. (The University of Tampa Alumni Association, The University of Tampa, 1961-03)
  • The University of Tampa; Overstreet, Virginia, Ed. (The University of Tampa Alumni Association, The University of Tampa, 1961)
  • Chappell, Fred; Ruark, Gibbons; Lea, Sydney; Marion, Jeff Daniel; Smith, Barbara; Speece, Merry; Huddle, David; Root, William Pitt; Bayes, Ronald H.; Miller, Heather Ross; Lauthermilch, Steven; Morgan, Robert; Matthews, Jack; Stephenson, Shelby (Humanities Division, University of Tampa, 1983)
    EDITORIAL NOTE: With this issue of ABATIS ONE, the UT Review is replaced. ABATIS ONE initiates a new editorial policy. Each issue will be devoted to one of America's outstanding writers. Our first is Fred Chappell. As Jim ...
  • Connellan, Leo; Chappell, Fred; Eberhart, Richard; Reeve, F.D.; Stafford, William; Ignatow, David; Carruth, Hayden; Junkins, Donald; Schechter, Ruth Lisa; Fishman, Charles; Essary, Loris; Oslander, M. Marcuss; Kessler, Milton; Shipley, Vivian; Masters, Marcia Lee; Merriam, Kendell; Selzer, Richard; Nanfito,Bryanne; Collier, Carol; Faulkner, D.W.; Axelrod, David B.; Fisher, Charles; Collier, Carol; Lev, Donald; McCurdy, Michael; Packard, William; Woods, John, E. (Humanities Division, University of Tampa, 1983)
    EDITORIAL NOTE: In keeping with my our policy of dedicating each issue to one of the very best of American writers, ABATIS TWO is dedicated to LEO CONNELLAN, recent winner of the Shelley Memorial Award and whose book THE ...
  • Locke, Duane; Russell, M. Frank III; Chappell, Fred (Humanities Division, University of Tampa, 1986)
    Special Note: This issue concludes Abatis and Duane Locke's connection with the University of Tampa. The dates preceding the poems are the years of composition. Duane Locke wishes to thank all the editors for the original ...
  • Unknown author (College of Art and Design, The University of Tampa, 2007)
  • Grinstead, Eve (College of Art and Design, The University of Tampa, 2009)
  • Whaley, Kayla (The University of Tampa, 2019-01-03)
    In this collection of essays, a young girl keeps discarded butterfly wings in a secret box in her desk. Prayer healers and medical researchers compete for a preteen's faith. A college student finds friendship and heartache ...
  • Thomas, Stacey; Fernanda Martinez, Cintia; Cunha, Katia; Smith, Verne V. (Department of Chemistry, Biochemistry and Physics, College of Natural and Health Sciences, The University of Tampa, 2019)
    KIC 8462852 is a star of interest due to it’s unusual flux phenomena. Although there is now a better understanding of the star’s photometric fluctuations, the star has yet to be fully characterized. Our research focuses ...
  • Stange, Emma (Department of English and Writing, The University of Tampa, 2019)
    Marine environments are essentially underwater cities; not only are they bursting with shrieks and shrills from animals, but humans have injected their own noises into the environment such as naval sonar, shipping traffic/boat ...
  • Isaac, Cheryl Collins (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2014-06-05)
    By the time she arrived in the United States in 1996, Cheryl had been a victim of the First Liberian Civil War which was started in 1989 as a coup attempt by rebel leader, Charles Taylor, to overthrow corrupt president, ...
  • Jacques, Jordan (Department of Film, Animation and New Media (FMX), The University of Tampa, 2021-05)
    An African woman that grew up gets in a conversation with her friend about the real meaning of joy and how you don't need to find it through things. The male narrator brings an example and the wise African woman shows how ...
  • Berry, Steven (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2017-06-15)
    Afterlight is a modular work which utilizes 17 found artifacts from a collection of many objects discovered by the author. The author functions as a curator, presenting these artifacts to the reader. At the core of the ...
  • Deneault, Ethan A.-N. (The American Astronomical Society, 2009-10-20)
    We present a model for the formation of silicon carbide aggregates within the expanding and cooling supernova remnant. SiC type-X (SiC-X) grains measured in the laboratory at a high spatial resolution have been found to ...
  • Huestis, Bradley (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2021-01-16)
    AHAB: A Hockey Story is a sports themed Bildungsroman featuring Corporal Will Foley, an injured U.S. Army paratrooper. After losing his foot, Will must fight to regain his old life—soldiering back, rekindling his passion ...
  • AI 
    Laverty, David (Department of Film, Animation and New Media (FMX), The University of Tampa, 2019-12-04)
    Created for FMX460 under the direction of Professor Dana Plays.
  • Bentley, Lee (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2020-06-18)
    Alafaya is a novel told in stories spread across generations as one girl seeks to renew the bond between her land and magic. Conthesa is a young girl whose only wish was to grow up peacefully with her sisters on the edge ...
  • Brickeen, Katarina (Department of Film, Animation and New Media (FMX), The University of Tampa, 2022-05)
    A merchant enters an alchemist's shop and is met with an unseen challenge.
  • Levin, Megan (MFA in Creative Writing, The University of Tampa, 2018-01-04)
    In All That is Given, Megan Levin confronts the shattering of the Davis family, and the pieces that spread and grow on European and American soil. After undertaking the task to heal from maternal divergence, daughter ...