This journal is an annual publication that publishes undergraduate research articles. The journal is interdisplinary in nature and entertains submissions from all areas of academic study and encourages original individual research and creative endeavors. We believe that this journal will serve as both a traditional resource for  readers and enrich the educational experience for undergraduate researchers who use this opportunity to engage in experiential learning. 

Initial funding for this project has been provided by the Marpeck Fund, which links a number of Anabaptist institutions of higher education in North America.

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This entails that authors retain copyright of their published work, and are free to share and adapt—i.e. copy, redistribute, and rework the material in any medium or format. Reuse of materials published in MURJ must include clear attribution to the original text and be for non-commercial purposes.

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