Shea Musgrave ('11), a Philosophy and Religion double major, has published "The Inexplicable Neutral Entity: A Critique of Metaphysical Two-Aspect Interpretations [of Immanuel Kant's Doctrine of Transcendental Idealism]" in Res Cogitans 3 (2012), 126-134. The article is available to download here.
Res Cogitans publishes selected papers from the Pacific University Philosophy Conference, an undergraduate philosophy conference that has been in existence since 1997. Shea presented his paper at the 2012 meeting of the Pacific University Philosophy Conference in Forest grove, Oregon, on April 21 2012, where he also chaired a session on metaphysics. The paper was developed from his 2011 Honors Thesis "Transcendental Idealism: An Original Interpretation," for which he shared The Edward Dodd Award for the best Honors Thesis.
In the fall Shea will be starting an M.A. in Philosophy at Arizona State University.