Logos is the undergraduate philosophy journal at Cornell University. Founded in 2004, it is today among the leading publications of its kind in the United States, soliciting submissions from undergraduates around the world. It is proudly staffed by students at the Sage School of Philosophy. A new edition is released annually.
Among the most influential philosophers who have been a part of the Sage School over the course of its history include Thomas Nagel, Max Black, John Rawls and Walter Berns. Cornell University is also home to The Philosophical Review. Submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and are due January 1, 11:59PM US-ET. The anticipated print date of each edition is in May.