Published by the Office of Public Relations. Issues recap six months of Georgetown news as published in other local and National newspapers and magazines.
According to a letter from the periodical's founders, Jon Bacal and Mark Johnson, the aim of "Georgetown's Blue and Gray" was "to promote academic, athletic, extracurricular, and administrative excellence on the Hilltop. The magazine will accomplish this by featuring interview and profiles of people who exemplify excellence. Other articles will offer constructive criticism of policies and programs that can be improved."
Created and sponsored by the Student Bar Association. Content covers a broad range of topics of interest to the Law Center community including events schedules, feature articles, a letters-to-the-editor column and select book and theater reviews.
Publication of the Hemispheric Migration Project. Sponsored by the Center for Immigration Policy and Refugee Assistance.
Published by "The Hoya".
Journal of Georgetown Sports. Holdings begin with volume 11 number 6.
Publication of the Division of Interpretation and Translation at the School of Languages and Linguistics. Issues include calendar of upcoming events.
Published by a small group of young Latin Americanists seeking to contribute to the field of Latin American politics and economics. Volume 2 issue 1 financed by the Center for Latin American Studies.
Newsletter published by the Dahlgren Memorial Library at the Georgetown University Medical Center.
Described as the Journal of the John Carroll Scholars Program and later the Journal of Undergraduate Scholarship.
Published weekly by Office of Public Relations for faculty and staff.
Alumni newsletter of the School of Dentistry. Provides an overview of Alumni and student activities highlighting class reunion events, Alumni Boosters events and commencement. Other topics include: student/faculty awards, development news, Dental School financial plans, recently deceased alumni, and various other Dental School and alumni news.
Publication explores both the philosophy of preventive dental practice and the clinical efforts known to be effective.