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However, some Degree Committees will inform you that they have local arrangements for submitting the hard bound thesis, in which case follow their guidance as well as the guidance above and submit to the Degree Committee.

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Personal, Business & Academic Bookbinding.

A scanned copy of the signed Hard Bound Thesis Declaration and a copy of the Summary/Abstract - with your full name and the title of the thesis at the top can be emailed to

Comb Bound Thesis

Of course, none of this matters in the big picture. A font does not make or break the substance of a thesis. A bound thesis needs to meet its university library’s specifications, but no more than that. I know that my thesis could have been printed in Arial or Times New Roman, on ordinary copy paper, and it would have been of the same written quality. Now that most theses will be read online, the archival quality of the thesis makes even less difference than in the past.

Bound Thesis - ETSU


Hard case binding to be bound in the traditional method ie. spine rounded and backed, cloth material to be Arbelave Library buckram (as recommended by the University Library). Colour choice is up to the individual. In general, the thickness of a single volume (excluding the case) should not exceed 7cm. Lettering on the spine (hot foil embossing, not digital foil printing) should consist of title, initials and surname in gold running from top to bottom. This must all be in capital letters (unless part of the title requires lower case).Hard case binding to be bound in the traditional method ie. spine rounded and backed, cloth material to be Arbelave Library buckram (as recommended by the University Library). Colour choice is up to the individual. In general, the thickness of a single volume (excluding the case) should not exceed 7cm. Lettering on the spine (hot foil embossing, not digital foil printing) should consist of title, initials and surname in gold running from top to bottom. This must all be in capital letters (unless part of the title requires lower case).Hard case binding to be bound in the traditional method ie. spine rounded and backed, cloth material to be Arbelave Library buckram (as recommended by the University Library). Colour choice is up to the individual. In general, the thickness of a single volume (excluding the case) should not exceed 7cm. Lettering on the spine (hot foil embossing, not digital foil printing) should consist of title, initials and surname in gold running from top to bottom. This must all be in capital letters (unless part of the title requires lower case). Corky (Gina Gershon), a lesbian ex-con hired to work in an apartment as a plumber, meets new neighbors Caesar (Joe Pantoliano), who launders money for the Mafia, and his girlfriend Violet (Jennifer Tilly). The two women have a love affair and decide to steal $2,000,000 that Caesar has in custody before he gives them back to Mafia boss Gino Marzone. Caesar is soon set up in such a way that he's fooled into whose even setting him up. Their plan is working for a while, but soon spirals into blood and disaster, as things start to go wrong and he acts in an unexpected violent way.

I am not a fan of The Matrix. Never have, never will be. But I was of the amazing visual effects it had to offer. And that's what drew me to seeing the Wachowski Brother's other movie, their directorial debut, Bound. Bound is different. Bound is bold. Bound is courageous. Bound is one of the best movies of the year. It's not your average movie. It doesn't care who it offends, or who it pleases. Its purpose is simple: to entertain the viewer, and this movie is `bound' by nothing to complete its purpose.

It starts with Corky locked in a closet, bruised and bloody, tied up. From there, we have a good idea of what has become of their plan. The film then shifts over to when the two women first meet, and then takes off from there when they plan the set-up. So for next two hours, get ready to root for the bad guy.

Acting was a major plus to Bound, as I tip my hat to Tilly and Gershon. Both female leads did well, but I just wasn't convinced that they were in love with each other as much as they and the script claimed them to be. This did bother me a little, but it doesn't detract from the fun that is to be had with this film. But the main catch of the film was Joe Pantoliano. This movie wouldn't have been the same if he weren't cast in this. His character is so dangerous and so disturbing that your eyes will become magnetic toward his every move, gesture, and dialogue. Clearly this film is not for everybody, but for those who can stand it, this is a rare treat. Definitely the most unique movie of the year, Bound receives the three and a half star rating. Hard case binding to be bound in the traditional method ie. spine rounded and backed, cloth material to be Arbelave Library buckram (as recommended by the University Library). Colour choice is up to the individual. In general, the thickness of a single volume (excluding the case) should not exceed 7cm. Lettering on the spine (hot foil embossing, not digital foil printing) should consist of title, initials and surname in gold running from top to bottom. This must all be in capital letters (unless part of the title requires lower case).Hard case binding to be bound in the traditional method ie. spine rounded and backed, cloth material to be Arbelave Library buckram (as recommended by the University Library). Colour choice is up to the individual. In general, the thickness of a single volume (excluding the case) should not exceed 7cm. Lettering on the spine (hot foil embossing, not digital foil printing) should consist of title, initials and surname in gold running from top to bottom. This must all be in capital letters (unless part of the title requires lower case). You are responsible for ensuring that your thesis is correctly bound by the company you select. A list of Binders and Printers can be found at
Hard-bound theses must have the pages sown in (not punched) and soft-bound theses should have the pages glued in. Theses submitted in any other form of binding, including ring binding, will not be accepted.