Volume 23 (2022)
Along with the editorial board, we are pleased to present the 2022 edition of The Review: A Journal of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship. This volume of The Review presents a diverse selection of research written by undergraduate students at St. John Fisher College. This prestigious journal allows us to highlight the impressive efforts of the selected writers and their continuous fervor for learning and education of their audiences.
While the selection process for publication is often difficult, as many of the submissions exceed expectations, each was thoroughly discussed and contemplated with our team of reviewers. After much deliberation, and repeated evaluation of over 20 candidates, we determined which of these are considered to be the most thought-provoking for the reader to experience. We are more than appreciative for the commitment these authors have to their work and commend them for their dedication.
We extend our sincerest gratitude to the members of the Editorial Board for their relentless diligence and their substantial contribution to the creation of this edition. To our advisor, Fionnuala Regan, we would like to show our appreciation. This volume would not have been successful without her guidance. Lastly, we would like to thank our faculty reviewers for volunteering their time and expertise to ensure that both accurate and opportune research was presented to the public.
Congratulations to all of our published authors, especially Natalie Petruzelli for being this year’s recipient of the Provost’s Award for Best Paper!
We hope that you enjoy this 23rd volume of The Review.
Emma Bartholomay ‘22 and Emma Riesel ‘24
Co-Editors in Chief, The Review
Sleepless in College Town: Causes and Effects of Poor Sleep in College Students
Isabella E. Pandolfo
How to Guard an Art Gallery: A Simple Mathematical Problem
Emma Bartholomay, '22
Emma Riesel, '24
Current: Prof. Fionnuala Regan, English Dept.
Dr. Kylene Abraham, Nursing
Dr. Melissa Bourne, Nursing
Dr. Lisa J. Cunningham, Women and Gender Studies
Dr. Edward Freeman, Biology
Dr. Ryan Gantner, Mathematics, Computer Science, & Statistics
Dr. Tricia K. Gatlin, Nursing
Dr. Terence Gipson, Sociology & Public Health
Dr. Ozge Kantas-Yorulmazlar, Psychology
Dr. Linda MacCammon, Religious Studies
Dr. Kimberly McClure Brenchley, Psychology
Dr. Heather McGrane Minton, Nursing
Dr. Marcie McMahon, Nursing
Dr. Timothy Madigan, Philosophy
Dr. Guillermo Montes, Education
Dr. Dawn Rager, Psychology
Dr. Marta Rodríguez-Galán, Sociology, Anthropology, & Public Health
Dr. Robert Ruehl, Philosophy
Dr. Cassandra Scherr, English
Dr. Jane Snyder, Political Science
Dr. Jill Swiencicki, English
The editorial staff of The Review would also like to thank the following people for their support:
Dr. Kevin Railey, Provost
Dr. Ann Marie Fallon, Dean for the School of Arts & Sciences
Ben Hockenberry, Head of Library Systems and Subscriptions
Kourtney Blackburn, Head of Access Services
Kate Torok, Director of Marketing & Communications
Jeremy Luke, Print Services
Logo designed by Ashley Flanagan
Cover photo by John Smillie Photography