This collection contains coursework by Olin College students. Various kinds of objects can be found here; theses, conference presentations, and published papers can be found in the other Phoenix Files collections.
A student project for AHSE1500: Foundations of Business and Entrepreneurship (taught in Spring 2006) featuring an Olin College themed tradable card game. It consists of cards of students, professors, locations, and events.
This record contains the Final Report for the project and scanned images of all the cards in the game.
Construction documents containing diagrams of the Olin College Library's circulation desk. The circulation desk, also referred to as the front desk, was designed by Work-Shop, a design studio in Providence, Rhode Island. You can find more information about the circulation desk on Work-Shop's website at:
Infrastructure zine final project created for Infrastructure Studies course taught by Debbie Chachra about the importance of maintaining infrastructure in the United States, and more specifically with regards to the diesel booster at Olin.
Booklet about the types of plastic that medical bottles are made out of and what that means for their end of life options, created for the class Materials Creation, Consumption, and Impact taught by Jon Stolk
A student art project consisting of a scrapbook with images and descriptions of objects found around the Olin College campus that have been abandoned by their original owners or are otherwise placed in peculiar locations.
Advanced Digital Photography (Fall 2005) project consisting of a book whose pages are all bound to each other and folded in such a way that the book opens in a fashion similar to the motion of an accordion instrument when performed.