The inaugural volume of The Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Review was published in association with Virginia Tech Publishing. The journal, which is housed in the Kellogg Center for Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, publishes original research in philosophy, politics, and economics (PPE) and is the first undergraduate research journal that is open to PPE students worldwide. The editor in chief is Nik Filip, PPE. Philosophy master’s student Colleen Malley serves as the communications and managing editor. Peer review editors are Filip; Anshu Pokharel, PPE; Grace Robinson, a 2021 PPE and Economics graduate; Megan Schaefer, Criminology, PPE, and Political Science; and Ashlynn Whitehurst, PPE. The faculty advisor is Gil Hersch, an assistant professor in the Department of Philosophy. The editorial board includes the editor in chief, the peer review editors, and PPE Core Faculty members Hersch; Melinda Miller; Michael Moehler, an associate professor in the Department of Political Science and Director of the Kellogg Center; and Fabian Wendt, an assistant professor in the Department of Political Science. Daniel Gibbs, Washington University, also serves on the board. The inaugural volume of the journal includes one article by a current Virginia Tech student: Philosophy master’s student Zeb Dempsey published “Moral Foundations Theory: Pluralistic Framing and Reagan’s War on Drugs.” The entire contents of the volume are available here.