LEBANON VALLEY COLLEGE: Lebanon Valley College's Inquiry 2013 coincided with the Council for Undergraduate Research's week-long celebration of student research and achievement. LVC celebrates the academic, dramatic, athletic, musical and experiential achievements of the student body. Events began on Sunday, April 14, and concluded Saturday, April 20. Inquiry 2013 included poster presentations, art displays, poetry readings, oral research presentations and musical recitals. Every academic department on campus nominated students to share their accomplishments during that week. Among the 185 participants were Kaylin M. Honchar of Churchville, a John Carroll School graduate and a junior psychology major who presented "Intuitive and Reflective Cognitive Styles: Their Connection to Beliefs About Paranormal Phenomena and Junk Science;" Alyssa K. Kulp of Perryville, a Manheim Central High School graduate and senior biology major who presented "Phytotoxicity of ZnS nanocrystals on Spirodela polyrhiza;" Kristen E. Rooney of Havre de Grace, a Havre de Grace High School graduate and senior early childhood education and special education major who presented "Postcards from Across the Pond;" Suzanne P. Sullivan of White Hall, a North Harford High School graduate and senior early childhood education and special education major who presented "Postcards from Across the Pond;" Kristin C. Tracy of Bel Air, a C. Milton Wright High School graduate and senior economics major who presented "Conserving Biodiversity;" Cameron P. Venable of Abingdon, an Edgewood High School graduate and junior biology major, presented "Baited camera trapping of the Roland Property."