Bulletin

Bulletin can refer to:

Periodicals (newspapers, magazines, journals)
  • The Bulletin, a now defunct Australian magazine
  • The Bulletin (alternative weekly), an alternative weekly published in Montgomery County, Texas, United States
  • The Bulletin (Bend), a daily newspaper in Bend, Oregon, United States
  • The Bulletin (Brussels weekly), a weekly English-language magazine published in Brussels, Belgium
  • The Bulletin (newspaper), a newspaper in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States founded in 2004
  • The Philadelphia Bulletin, a newspaper published in Philadelphia from 1847 to 1982
  • The Bulletin (Montgomery County, Texas)
  • The Bulletin (Pittsburgh), a monthly community newspaper in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
  • Many associations maintain a bulletin for their members and by extension, a number of scientific journals have the title of "Bulletin of ", including:
    • The Franklin Square Bulletin, weekly town paper published in Franklin Square, New York.
    • Annual Bulletin (disambiguation), various publications also called Bulletin
  • Bulletin.co.uk, UK news website.
  • The Bulletin - defunct Glasgow newspaper
Other
  • Bulletin board, a kind of noticeboard
  • Bulletin board system, a kind of internet discussion forum
  • Bulletin Building, listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Washington, D.C.
  • "Bulletin Debate", a poetic dispute which took place in the Australian magazine The Bulletin from 1892-93
  • ICL Bulletin, a Viewdata system developed by ICL in the early 1980s

Famous quotes containing the word bulletin:

    Delusions that shrink to the size of a woman’s glove,
    Then sicken inclusively outwards:
    . . . the incessant recital
    Intoned by reality, larded with technical terms,
    Each one double-yolked with meaning and meaning’s rebuttal:
    For the skirl of that bulletin unpicks the world like a knot....
    Philip Larkin (1922–1986)

    We know what the animals do, what are the needs of the beaver, the bear, the salmon, and other creatures, because long ago men married them and acquired this knowledge from their animal wives. Today the priests say we lie, but we know better.
    native American belief, quoted by D. Jenness in “The Carrier Indians of the Bulkley River,” Bulletin no. 133, Bureau of American Ethnology (1943)

    I am fooling only myself when I say my mother exists now only in the photograph on my bulletin board or in the outline of my hand or in the armful of memories I still hold tight. She lives on in everything I do. Her presence influenced who I was, and her absence influences who I am. Our lives are shaped as much by those who leave us as they are by those who stay. Loss is our legacy. Insight is our gift. Memory is our guide.
    Hope Edelman (20th century)