Who can Publish?
The Journal welcomes submissions from undergraduate and graduate students from all disciplines, faculty (full-time or part-time) from all disciplines, and community members. The Journal is particularly interested in collaborative submissions (student-student, faculty-student, student-community member, faculty-community member, or the like) and submissions that connect to the Lancaster County region.
The Journal will provide a venue to engage with pressing social, political, and economic issues across disciplinary boundaries. Authors can benefit as follows:
build communication, research, and writing skills by working with the editorial team to write and refine their articles for publication
increase their knowledge of important social, political, and economic issues affecting their community
have the opportunity to engage with these issues and share their writing, research, and perspectives on those issues with the community
be able to explore creative and scholarly expressions they may not otherwise have encountered
enhance graduate school applications, resumes, job applications, and promotion applications