1987 handbook includes preface by Assistant Dean Hubert Cloke, introduction by President Timothy S. Healy, S.J., and reflections from Mary Finn, C 1978.
1987 and 1988 handbooks include text of commencement speech by Dean Royden B. Davis, S.J., 1985, and reference to Robert Michael Hayes, C 1973 as "the youngest person ever to receive an honorary degree from Georgetown University."
Published by the Georgetown University College Democrats.
A journal published for the alumnae and friends of the Georgetown Nursing School.
Student newspaper of the School of Dentistry. Topics include: Dental School curriculum, the Georgetown-S.O.M.E. dental clinic, obituary for Dr. Baldev Raj Bhussry, financial aid, and the Dental School Five-Year plan.
Newsletter for the School of Dentistry. Includes a letter from Dean Stanley P. Hazen, a note from Editor Adel Rizkalla on the goal of "The Explorer", an update from the Student Council, an interview with Dr. Walter Mazzella, list of Faculty Recognition Award winners from the Dental School for 1986-87, and information on the Senior Diagnostic Seminar.
Volume 1, Number 1. Includes roster of Advisory Committee. References reservation policy and smoking policy ("On January 16, the Department of Auxiliary Services changed the smoking policy in the Conference Center. Smoking is now prohibited throughout the Conference Center, including the restaurants...The new smoking policy is designed to conform with District of Columbia laws addressing smoking in educational facilities...")
Publication for African-American students and students of color. Volumes/issues not inclusive.
A weekly supplement to the weekly Georgetown Faculty and Staff monthly publication "Wet Ink & Pied Type." Mainly chronicles events on campus.
Includes sections on International Affairs, Foreign Trade and Shipping, Domestic Politics, Domestic Economics, as well as Campus News.
The "Foreign Service Newsletter" is a weekly student publication documenting the activities, news and interests of the Foreign Service School students.
Monthly publication edited by the members of the Foreign Trade Research section of the Department of Foreign Trade in the School of Foreign Service. The publication served U.S. business enterprises engaged or interested in Foreign Trade and aimed to summarize market conditions, trade leads, and governmental and legislative actions for the U.S. Foreign Trader.
Content includes general Dental School news, student activities, faculty/staff activities and awards, events, alumni news and events, Dental Alumni Fund, continuing education schedule, class reports, and lists of recently deceased alumni. Issues also include articles related to the practice of dentistry.
Volume 1 issue 1 includes a brief history of the Dental School and Dental Hygiene at Georgetown as of 1933.
Published by the School of Foreign Service. Contains the following issues: 2000 (Winter/Spring), 2003 (Winter/Spring, Summer/Fall), 2004 (Summer/Fall), 2005 (Summer/Fall), 2006 (Summer/Fall), 2007 (Winter/Spring, Summer/Fall), 2008 (Winter/Spring, Summer/Fall), 2009 (Winter/Spring), 2010 (Winter/Spring), 2011 (Winter/Spring), 2012 (Winter/Spring, Summer/Fall), 2013 (Winter/Spring).
Contains Volumes 1-3. Published by the Georgetown University Press. Comprised of articles, reviews, translations, and abstracts relating to various aspects of languages and linguistics submitted by both faculty and students.
Note on dedication page of Volume 1 Issue 1 says that the Georgetown University Press grew out of SLL Publications.
Publication for the Alumni of the School of Medicine. This publication is distinct from "Georgetown Medicine" published in the 1990s. Includes information on the 150th anniversary of the Medical School, the Third Century Campaign and other development news, Medical Center news including ongoing research and faculty /staff appointments, Lombardi Cancer Center news, Medical School curriculum, and alumni news.
Monthly publication produced by the Office of University Development and Public Relations from March 1952-July 1968. Succeeded by "Georgetown Today".