Senior Kathryn Wagner has successfully completed her honors thesis, "Trigonometric Functions in the Biangular Plane" and will graduate with Albion College honors. Her work looks at analytic geometry in a coordinate system where two angles are used to denote points in two dimensions. Albion College honors are awarded to students in the Prentiss R. Brown Honors Institute who complete the four Great Issues Seminar courses, maintain a 3.5 overall GPA, and complete a major thesis project. Kathryn's research was supported last summer by a FURSCA grant, and her thesis was supervised by Professor Mark Bollman. Professors Nadiya Fink and Darren Mason also served on the committee evaluating her work.