Georgetown wants to stay in touch with all of its constituents – students, prospective students, alumni, faculty, staff, leaders and friends of the university – to keep them up to date on what's happening on campus. We have a number of publications, including a Blue & Gray e-newsletter for faculty and staff and numerous alumni magazines, which offer in-depth articles and profiles of alumni, faculty members, university leaders and students. They also include stories on research, history, trends in higher education and national and global issues with Georgetown connections.
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The university's flagship alumni publication has existed since 1948. A 140,000-circulation, four-color enterprise, the magazine's aim is to connect all Georgetown graduates across all three campuses to their alma mater.
Georgetown’s primary source for communicating university community news to our faculty and staff. It is published twice a month electronically during the academic year.
A monthly electronic newsletter that delivers news and information about Georgetown University and its various academic units to university alumni.
The biannual alumni magazine of Georgetown University Law Center provides news and profiles on its alumni, faculty members, students, new research, clinical programs, and workshops and institutes and explores a wide range of legal issues.
This magazine is for alumni and friends of Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business. Published twice a year, it includes news about new initiatives and events taking place at the school and features stories on current business issues, faculty research and student accomplishments.
The biannual alumni magazine for the School of Medicine is a comprehensive source of information for alumni and friends of the school. Articles focus on research, clinical, educational and public service activities of the Georgetown University Medical Center.
This magazine highlights the most exciting research and latest breakthroughs in translational cancer research and clinical care at Georgetown’s Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center.