Loose issues. Also bound volume covering 1985-1989.
A weekly supplement to the weekly Georgetown Faculty and Staff monthly publication "Wet Ink & Pied Type." Mainly chronicles events on campus.
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."
Published by "The Hoya".
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.
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.