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Explorations: The Texas A&M Undergraduate Journal is a student-run journal guided by faculty and administrators that selects and publishes student-authored articles of general interest in any area. Articles are submitted in a two-stage process: first, proposals for articles are reviewed by faculty-student teams; secondly, the resulting full-length articles undergo a second round of peer review. Acceptance to the journal is competitive—less than 20% of submitted proposals are accepted. Recently published articles have been from a wide range of academic fields: music, creative poetry, forensics, cancer biology, astrophysics, nanomedicine, computer algorithms, business, geosciences, sociology, aerospace engineering, and cultural anthropology.
Volume 5 Fall 2013
Listen to "Only Human" an accompaniment to the article "Only Human" by Peter Wong.
Watch "Mapping the Subsurface with Marbles and Wrapping Paper" and "The Effect of a 5 Millisecond Lag," as accompaniment to the article "Mapping Subsurfaces with Marbles and Wrapping Paper" by Andrew DeCheck (videos copyright Jeremy Cheung).