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The Myriad is an online journal that showcases the scholarly and creative works published by undergraduate Westminster College students from all academic programs. 

Articles

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The Impact of Safe Consumption Sites Physical and Social Harm Reduction and Economic Efficacy



How Global Parvovirus Trends Correlate with Those in a Western US Metropolis



Political Disaster During the First Crusade: Conflicts Among Fatimids, Saljuqs, and the Saljuqs of Rum



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2018 Articles 

A Review of the Most Common Exposure Routes of Mercury from Seafood and Dental Amalgam in the Human Population: Acceptable Standards for Exposure Levels and Adverse Effects of Mercury Toxicity



Evaluating antibiotic resistance in urban and non-urban reaches of Wasatch Front Streams



In Vitro Analysis of Lactase Activity in Commercial Probiotics



Impact of Sustainability Reporting on Firm Profitability



The Commodification and Exploitation of Women from the Core to the Periphery in Relation to the United States and Thailand



The Preconception Peer Educators (PPE) Program to Increase Awareness About Preconception Health Among College-Age-Population at Westminster College in Utah



Tobacco Bad, Marijuana Good?



The Connection Between Body, Soul, and the Gothic Villain



Twelfth Century Infantry Revolution: Horse-Archer Influences on European Tactics



 

2017 Articles 

Dehumanization, Dismissal, and Disparities: An analysis of harmful trends in Healthcare providers' interactions with Autistic Patients



Auditory Interference in Chinese-English Code-Switching Immersion as Help and Hindrance



Foreign Imposition on Iraq: Colonialism to U.S. Foreign Policy



How to Communicate to America (Again)



The Role of Dynamic Neck Exercises in Concussion Prevention among High School Football Athletes



Preying on Movement: Global Capitalism and Migration Patterns in Mongolia and Eritrea



Engineering a Quadcopter with Collision Avoidance



  

Submissions

The Myriad accepts original work from current undergraduate Westminster students in all academic programs. Submissions range from research essays to creative wiriting pieces. Co-authored works with professors are acceptable. You may submit more than one piece. Each genre has specific guidelines.

Deadline

April 10, 2020

How to Submit

Email your work to Ranjan Adiga at radiga@westminstercollege.edu  

Genre Guidelines

 

Research Essays 

Each research essay submission should be between 2,500 - 8,500 words, however, exceptional work that falls outside this range can be considered. Research essays should be submitted as a Word document. If you have citations, you must use either APA, MLA, or Chicago style according to its respective style guide.

Fiction

All narrative styles and forms of fiction are accepted. Each fiction submission should be between 2,500 - 8,500 words, however, exceptional work that falls outside this range can be considered. Fiction pieces should be submitted as a Word document. 

Creative Nonfiction 

All narrative styles and forms of creative non-fiction are accepted. Each creative no-fiction submitted should be between 2,500 - 8,500 words, however, exceptional work that falls outside this range can be considered. Creative non-fiction pieces should be submitted as a Word document. If you have citations, you must use either APA, MLA, or Chicago style according to its respective style guide.

Poetry 

All narrative styles and forms of poetry are accepted. You may submit up to 3 poems. Poetry pieces should be submitted as a Word document. 

Visual Art 

Visual art should be limited to 3 pieces.