Sigma is Brigham Young University’s undergraduate student journal focused on political science and international relations. We cover a wide range of undergraduate student work exploring a variety of topics, from American and comparative politics, to security and area studies. Student work may originate from a class assignment or from mentored research with a faculty member.
Submissions are welcome throughout the year. The editors generally accept papers in August and December for revision during the Fall and early Winter semesters. The journal is published annually in April. To submit articles for possible publication, see our website at http://politikos.byu.edu/Sigma/
Current Volume: Volume 35 (2018)
Religious Targets: Where 2016 Presidential Candidates Used Religious Rhetoric
Rachel Day and Adam Johnson
Inter-Female Hostility: Attractiveness and Femininity vs. Likeability
Savanah Henshaw, Lydia Estes, and Lauren Olsen
Women vs. Men—Who Makes Better Use of Financial Aid?
Colton Keddington and Nichole Keddington