This is One Historic and Prestigious Rejection, Lad
I was going to say something snarky about being rejected by an undergrad lit magazine run by a bunch of undergrads, but thought I'd check it out first. Good thing. Did you know that Stylus is Boston College’s largest undergraduate literary and art
magazine? I did not know that. According to BC's English Department page of publishing opportunities, Stylus was founded in 1882. That's a long time ago and a lot of rejection, Mice. It is in fact the oldest club at Boston College and
one of the oldest collegiate literary magazines. It is also a completely
student-run publication. Thus, today's rejection is a piece of fine rejection history.