Campuswide Undergraduate Journals
“STYLUS is a journal of literature and art consists of art, prose, poetry and multilingual pieces submitted by University of Maryland undergraduate and graduate students.
STYLUS was founded in 1994, at a time when there was no literary magazine on the University of Maryland campus. According to founding editor, Jason Schneiderman, Stylus was named after Maryland native, Edgar Allen Poe’s failed literary journal. Fortunately, we’ve had a lot more luck than Mr. Poe.” from About section