Submission Policy:

Format: Please format your submission as a Microsoft word document or Latex file. We would prefer submissions double-spaced, 12-point, Times New Roman font. Please use the Chicago Manual of Style. Please name your file “FirstLast-PaperTitle”.

Length: Maximum five pages single-spaced for essays or op-eds, not including works cited page(s). No maximum for theses or original research papers.

Plagiarism: We maintain a strict zero tolerance policy on plagiarism. According to the University of North Carolina, plagiarism is “the deliberate or reckless representation of another’s words, thoughts, or ideas as one’s own without attribution in connection with submission of academic work, whether graded or otherwise.” For more information about plagiarism – what it is, its consequences, and how to avoid it – please see the UNC’s website.

Citations: Use Chicago format for in-text citations and your works cited page. Include a separate works cited page at the end of your work.

Deadline:  The priority submission deadline is October 1, 2019 and the regular submission deadline is October 9, 2019. Any submissions after the deadline will be considered for our Spring 2020 Edition.

Send to: with the subject line “Fall 2019 Journal Submission: [Name], [Paper Title]”


Editing Policy:

We reserve the right to edit submissions for grammar, clarity, and length. We will NEVER edit for content or ideas, and we will make every effort to contact the author or speaker before publishing an edited or abridged version of his or her original content.


Duplicate Submissions Policy:

We have no policy against duplicate publication; however, if you have already submitted or published your work in another journal, you should check with that organization about their policy regarding duplicate publication.


Copyright Policy:

All authors retain copyright over their original work. No part of our journal, whether text or image, may be used for any purpose other than personal use. For permission to reproduce, modify, or copy materials printed in this journal for anything other than personal use, kindly contact the respective authors.