- Must be written by an undergraduate.
- Max length of 15 pages or 3,000 words.
- Include a 100-200 word abstract summarizing your paper and page numbers.
- Chicago style citations are preferred.
- Cannot be published elsewhere.
- Include a cover page with all personal information (do not include name anywhere else in the paper): your name, your email, and your undergraduate institution name.
- Submit your paper electronically by March 1st 2022 by filling out and uploading a .docx or .docs (must be editable) to our google form: [https://forms.gle/z6vwTQcbFwy6akHFA]
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