Georgetown University Library Booth Family Center for Special Collections
Georgetown University Archives
Georgetown University Archives, Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
Xeroxes of articles from papers including The Washington Post, Catholic Standard, and New York Times. All relate to the University and discuss faculty, events, issues, medical developments, and sports. Clippings from 1973 discuss: program to bring German students to study in U.S.; appointment of Jayne Thomas Rich as head of Protective Services; and move of Woodstock Theological Center. Clippings from 1974 discuss: program to bring German students to study in U.S.; dismissal of Edmund G. Ryan, S.J.; GUTS bus service; and speeches by Jane Fonda and Tom Hayden in Gaston Hall. Clippings from 1975 discuss: appointment of Douglass W. Gordon as Director of Community Relations; visit to Ferdowski University in Iran; award of honorary degree to Empress of Iran and associated protests; and resignation of Robert J. Henle, S.J., as president. Clippings from 1976 discuss: appointment of Michael A. Byrnes as Director of Public Relations; and Homemaker of the Year Award to Betty Ford. Clippings from 1977 discuss: death of Martin Diamond; Unification Church conference on campus; and appointment of Harold S. White to full-time faculty position. Clippings from 1978 discuss: WGTB DJ Marc Farre; cannons outside Healy Hall; return of gift from Iraq; concert by Devo in Gaston Hall; agreement between Medical School and St. Elizabeth's Hospital; contract extension to Coach John Thompson; and language classes for Chinese scholars.
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