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".
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.