The Lexington Review publishes strong models of academic and classroom writing produced by Baruch College undergraduate and graduate students. We welcome both self-submissions and nominations! Use the links below to submit your own writing or to nominate the writing of a Baruch student or peer.
Our journal reflects the range of academic writing that undergraduate and graduate students are engaged in at Baruch, including:
- Term papers
- Research projects
- Business writing (ex. case study analyses, SWOT analyses, proposals, etc.)
- Presentations (ex. slides, speeches, oral presentations, digital posters, etc.)
- Digital and multimodal writing (ex. website writing, infographics, videos, interactive content, etc.)
If you are interested in publishing writing completed outside of class, such as poetry, short stories, literary nonfiction, etc., we encourage you to submit your work to Baruch’s fantastic student-run publications, such as Encounters Magazine and Refract Magazine.
The editorial staff reads and replies to submissions on a rolling basis throughout the semester. Editors review submissions alongside their core responsibilities as writing consultants; depending on time of year and the editors’ schedules, it may take us up to a month to respond to submissions.
We are invested in student writers! For most accepted submissions, we will invite you to meet with one of our editors—who work as professional writing consultants at the Writing Center—to develop and polish your work for publication.
If you have questions about your submission, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.