Monthly publication from the Office of Public Relations for faculty and staff. Formerly "Wet Ink & Pied Type". Includes general University news, appointments and resignation, and faculty/staff activities and publications.
Saxifrage is a journal of poetry by the students of Georgetown University.
Art and literary publication from the medical students of Georgetown University.
Print copies of "Shakespeare" from 1996-2003. Includes volumes 1-7.
School of Languages and Linguistics Faculty Newsletter. The publication is broken down into featured stories, news and events, conferences, and faculty perspectives on various topics or issues. Includes information on new faculty appointments.
Published monthly by Office of University Relations for faculty and administration, the "Chronicle" contains brief university news items and notices of faculty grants, publications, appointments, appointments, resignations and activities. Also calendars of events and classifieds. Sections for Medical and Law Centers and Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) are included.
Two bound volumes of The Hoya Law School Number. Volumes for each year do not appear to be complete. Content focuses on topics more geared toward students at the Law School such as faculty appointments, alumni news, student groups and clubs, and events. Includes some main campus news when relevant.
Women's Basketball Newsletter.
Publication of the Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS) highlighting innovative teaching practice at Georgetown University. Digital issues can be found on the CNDLS blog: https://blogs.commons.georgetown.edu/cndls/
Published by the students of the Nursing School. Topics include: student government, Sodality, Dramatic Club, the Nursing School song, initiation, capping exercises, the Thanksgiving basket drive, and various other general news re students and activities.
Contains the following volumes/issues: Volume 1, numbers 1-5 (1939-1940) Volume 2, number 1 (1940) November 1941 November 1942
Newsletter for Nursing School students.
Student literary journal.
Issues are not inclusive. Digital issues can be found on Digital Georgeown. Articles are written and edited by Georgetown undergraduates and comprises essays on law and politics, religion, culture, campus life, and liberal learning at Georgetown University.
Viewpoint is an undergraduate magazine containing essays on research and criticism in the liberal arts.
Newsletter for alumni, parents or current students, friends and colleagues. Includes a summary of goals developed by the Vision Steering Committee for the Nursing School and how the goals will be implemented. Also includes articles from current and former alumni re their experience at Georgetown, news re new programs, faculty and staff appointments, and various student and alumni news. Publication succeeded by "Healthcare Horizions" in 2001.
An internal publication for Georgetown University Faculty and Staff across campuses. Issues include information on specific faculty and staff appointments, news, and deaths as well as monthly events calendars.