The Lexington Review publishes the strongest scholarship produced by Baruch College undergraduate and graduate students in order to foster a community of writers, readers, students, and teachers. We are especially interested in student work that facilitates teaching and learning about writing.
Using the forms below, you can submit your own writing or nominate the writing of a student or peer. There is no submission deadline: the editorial staff reads submissions on a rolling basis throughout the semester. We look forward to reading your work!
Submit your own writing to The Lexington Review
We strongly encourage self-nomination! All currently enrolled Baruch students are eligible to submit their work for consideration. You simply need to answer a few questions and upload a copy of your writing in .docx form using the form below.
Nominate a student’s writing for The Lexington Review
Professors and peers may also nominate student writing for consideration. Nominators are encouraged to include a nominating note that describes the strengths and potential teaching and learning applications of the piece.
We are a small staff, so please note that it may take us up to a month to respond to submissions. Rest assured that each submission will receive our full attention and discussion.
If you have any questions about the guidelines, please do not hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.