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LOGOS: A Journal of Undergraduate Research is dedicated to publishing outstanding work by undergraduates in every academic discipline. Led by our Faculty Advisory Board and Honors College student editors, LOGOS conforms to the highest standards of scholastic integrity in a blind peer-review process.
The Editorial Board welcomes submissions from current and former undergraduate students and collaborative teams, particularly those engaged in departmental honors work, independent study, research assistance, or a competitive summer fellowship.
LOGOS Vol. 11 is here!
Pick up your copies in University Hall room 212 or on the second floor red table in the PSU. Our submissions for Volume 11 have reached a record-breaking high of 90! Thank you for the contribution of your scholarship.
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#EverybodyAllTheTime, A Collaborative Performance-Based Installation," by Sarah Greenbaum, vol. 7
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"Is the Stock Market a Viable Short-Term Investment Asset? An Experimental Approach," by Zach Morris, vol. 5
"To Cheat or Not to Cheat: Academic Dishonesty in the College Classroom," by Emily Hendricks, Dr. Adena Young-Jones, and James Foutch, vol. 4
"Click and Clack's Clock: A Look at Diophantine Equations with Contstraints," by Caleb Bennett, vol. 3
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