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.
The Russell B. Shaw Papers comprise 4.5 linear feet consisting of 43 folders arranged in three boxes. The papers consist almost exclusively of manuscripts of eight books written by Shaw and two books co-authored by C. A. Koob and Germain Grisez.
Scrapbook containing theater programs, playbills, handbills, and clippings from Washington, D.C. theaters.
The Walter Shewring Papers is a small collection of letters, essays and manuscripts by Shewring. The most notable item is the full autograph manuscript of Shewring's translation of Homer's "Odyssey," published by the Oxford University Press (1980). The collection includes some correspondence and printed articles by such distinguished acquaintances as Walter de la Mare, Eric Gill, David Jones, and Arthur Waley.
Box 1: shooting schedule; correspondence re shooting on campus; clippings; items re Jesuits and faculty versus film crew and cast basketball game (includes photograph of Clifford Chieffo); and correspondence and photocopies re "The Exorcist: The Strange Story Behind the Film" by Howard Newman.
Box 2: color slides. Also VHS copy of the movie.
The major portion of the correspondence from Edith Sitwell to composer Humphrey Searle (1915-1982) refers to their collaboration on setting some of Sitwell's works to music by Searle. The collection includes correspondence from Sitwell's brothers, Sir Osbert Sitwell and Sacheverell Sitwell, as well as from Cecil Gray.