I am an undergraduate student interested in grad school. I have noticed that authoring publications can give applicants a leg up when applying to grad school. My undergrad institution publishes an "Undergraduate Science Journal," in which publication is highly competitive. The submissions undergo double-blind peer review as well as faculty review. My question is, how would publication in such a journal be looked upon in a grad school application? Would it "count" as a "real" publication because it is peer-reviewed, or not because only undergrads and research graduates of the school may submit to it? I appreciate any insight on this matter.