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    Mira, Mira, Pecador by anonymous

    No listing in Cobos index. Blank spot in recording. Quality: good/fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 8 of 16 in the audiofile.

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    Elena y el frances by anonymous

    Unknown location. No listing in Cobos index. Also known as "La esposa infiel." Commercial recording. Quality: good/fair. PLEASE NOTE: this should be number 3 of 12 songs on the audiofile.

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    Cipher [2013-2014 Vol. 17 no.3 November]

    The Cipher is a nonfiction magazine that emphasizes journalistic writing and endeavors to engage the reader in meaningful discourse. The magazine comes out of Colorado College, but does not cover Colorado College exclusively. It investigates matters affecting the college, Colorado Springs, this nation and the world, and strives to be a venue for creative, critical perspectives.

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    untitled by anonymous child

    Los Padillas, New Mexico. Unidentified child sings "Marching to Victoria" [sic] in English. Quality: good/fair.

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    Exploring the Influence of the 2016 Presidential Election on Social Identity in Liberal Arts College Students by Dinkin, Leslie Nicole

    Throughout the 2016 presidential election, our new president, Donald Trump, attacked every social group, but his own. I hypothesized this type of pointed rhetoric would influence individuals’ self assurance. Through an anonymous questionnaire, I found that four in five Colorado College students indeed shifted in how they self-identify pre- and post-election. Despite students’ fear, disillusionment and outrage resulting from Trump’s attacks, however, several students still managed to find power within their more marginalized identities. Given the tumultuous nature of the election, my study is indicative of a broader national movement in terms of how college student’s responded to the election

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    Cipher [2014-2015 Vol. 18 no. 3 November]

    The Cipher is a nonfiction magazine that emphasizes journalistic writing and endeavors to engage the reader in meaningful discourse. The magazine comes out of Colorado College, but does not cover Colorado College exclusively. It investigates matters affecting the college, Colorado Springs, this nation and the world, and strives to be a venue for creative, critical perspectives.

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    Cipher [2014-2015 Vol. 18 no. 2 October]

    The Cipher is a nonfiction magazine that emphasizes journalistic writing and endeavors to engage the reader in meaningful discourse. The magazine comes out of Colorado College, but does not cover Colorado College exclusively. It investigates matters affecting the college, Colorado Springs, this nation and the world, and strives to be a venue for creative, critical perspectives.

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    Cipher [2013-2014 Vol. 17 no.4 December]

    The Cipher is a nonfiction magazine that emphasizes journalistic writing and endeavors to engage the reader in meaningful discourse. The magazine comes out of Colorado College, but does not cover Colorado College exclusively. It investigates matters affecting the college, Colorado Springs, this nation and the world, and strives to be a venue for creative, critical perspectives.

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    Cipher [2013-2014 Vol. 17 no. 2 October]

    The Cipher is a nonfiction magazine that emphasizes journalistic writing and endeavors to engage the reader in meaningful discourse. The magazine comes out of Colorado College, but does not cover Colorado College exclusively. It investigates matters affecting the college, Colorado Springs, this nation and the world, and strives to be a venue for creative, critical perspectives.

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    Cipher [2013-2014 Vol. 17 no.8 May]

    The Cipher is a nonfiction magazine that emphasizes journalistic writing and endeavors to engage the reader in meaningful discourse. The magazine comes out of Colorado College, but does not cover Colorado College exclusively. It investigates matters affecting the college, Colorado Springs, this nation and the world, and strives to be a venue for creative, critical perspectives.

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    Advice Taking Behaviors as a Result of Social Inequality by Lapointe, Anne-Sophie

    This paper explores how making a decision is influenced by the type of decision-making process people have to go through as well as their social class. It is possible to enhance decision-making skills by understanding its biases. The results of the study rely on data collected by running anonymous surveys on Colorado College undergraduate students. Those findings were made possible by the study of two different models that were built and regressed using the OLS model. It is possible to overcome prejudices since the results of this study show that people’s confidence level without getting advice from anyone is lower as social class decreases. The hypothesis of a higher initial confidence level when coming from a higher class was confirmed. When coming from a higher class, people feel more powerful so they tend to be more confident in themselves. Confidence level also varies considerably based on the type decision-making scenario people are faced with. Only the type of decision one is seeking to make showed to be significant on predicting how many sources the individual reached to in order to make a better decision. The type of decision-making situation both influence the confidence level as well as how many sources are reached in order to improve that specific decision. Financial decisions result in a higher number of resources while personal decisions require the least. Decisions concerning people’s future stand in between the two other decision-making types.

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    Advice Taking Behaviors as a Result of Social Inequality by Lapointe, Anne-Sophie

    This paper explores how making a decision is influenced by the type of decision-making process people have to go through as well as their social class. It is possible to enhance decision-making skills by understanding its biases. The results of the study rely on data collected by running anonymous surveys on Colorado College undergraduate students. Those findings were made possible by the study of two different models that were built and regressed using the OLS model. It is possible to overcome prejudices since the results of this study show that people’s confidence level without getting advice from anyone is lower as social class decreases. The hypothesis of a higher initial confidence level when coming from a higher class was confirmed. When coming from a higher class, people feel more powerful so they tend to be more confident in themselves. Confidence level also varies considerably based on the type decision-making scenario people are faced with. Only the type of decision one is seeking to make showed to be significant on predicting how many sources the individual reached to in order to make a better decision. The type of decision-making situation both influence the confidence level as well as how many sources are reached in order to improve that specific decision. Financial decisions result in a higher number of resources while personal decisions require the least. Decisions concerning people’s future stand in between the two other decision-making types.

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