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Congrats to Gonzaga for making DigitalSports' Preseason LAX Power Rankings! We have you at #7! Best of luck this season.
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The Aquilian () is Gonzaga's student run newspaper and is now available online. We will share the latest edition later this week!
Four members of the class of '12 -- Phil Bates, Ryan Beatty, Nathan L'Etoile, and Reagan Shawn -- performing as the band TBS, will make their professional stage debut at Jammin' Java in Vienna, VA, on Monday, January 23, at 7 pm. The band, which has been together for two years, has recorded two CDs of original songs and covers classic rock hits from Queen, the Beatles, and Creedence (among others) and contemporary tunes from groups such as the Decembrists, Eliot Smith, Cee-Lo, and more. Tickets are $13 at the door at 227 Maple Avenue East, Vienna, VA 22180. Phone: Jammin Java -- 703.255.1560; or Nathan L'Etoile 703.402.4987.
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Senior Tight-End James Orfini has committed to play football at Fordham Universiry!


Congratulations to senior Lax defender Jake Mraz on his commitment to Tufts!

AMDG 04/23/2013

NEWS OF ALUMNI: Robby Walsh '03 is the Executive Director of "Bike to the Beach" which annually supports "Autism Speaks" | Tonight at 8pm, ESPN will air a piece featuring Walsh during 30 for 30.

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Review: 42nd Street | The Aquilian 04/13/2013

Check out the Aquilian's review of Gonzaga's spring musical, 42nd Street

Review: 42nd Street | The Aquilian By: Will Lawler ’13 Editor-in-Chief The new Gonzaga Sheehy Theater’s inaugural play kicked off in a flurry of tapping feet with the Broadway classic 42nd Street. The show combines an excellent sense of humor with impressive dance numbers and toe tapping tunes. 42nd Street centers around the producti...


The Headmaster Search Committee has selected Mr. Thomas Every as Gonzaga’s next headmaster!


Gonzaga Swim and Dive claims its third consecutive METRO title!

Exclusive Kevin Hogan Interview | The Aquilian 12/31/2012

Check out the Aquilian's exclusive interview with Stanford Quarterback and Gonzaga grad Kevin Hogan '11, who will start for Standford in the upcoming Rose Bowl!

Exclusive Kevin Hogan Interview | The Aquilian Aquilian Staff Is it any surprise that a Gonzaga alumni is fabulously successful? Not really, but rarely is a Gonzaga grad as visibly successful as Kevin Hogan class of 2011, Stanford’s starting Quarterback who took over midseason and has led the team all the way to the Rose Bowl. Recently, he sat d...


PVI Panthers- they lose 60% of the time... all the time. Eagles dispatch the division foes on the road 86-79!!


Varsity Basketball Defeats Rival Georgetown Prep 55-53!


Gonzaga Varsity Football Beats St. Johns 35-28 in the annual rivalry match!

“GO GONZAGA – Beat St. John’s!” Yard Signs 11/02/2012


1) "Pre-sale tickets for the game are $5. Tickets will be $10 at the gate. Tickets are available in the Athletic Department until Friday at 3pm." -AD

2) "Get your GO GONZAGA - BEAT ST JOHN'S yard signs in the Development Office on 5th floor of Forte Hall, buy yours online here and pick up before 3pm:" -GTDC

3)"Due to the lack of announcements this week, I wanted to remind everyone that tomorrow is a dress down day. Students may elect to pay $3 and receive a wristband or may have the $3 fee waived if they buy a Beat St. John's t-shirt. Shirts are available in Student Services ($10). Wristbands will be available in the upper commons tomorrow morning before school. Sweat pants, shorts and sandals are prohibited. " - Student Services

“GO GONZAGA – Beat St. John’s!” Yard Signs Leading up to The 87th Game of the modern era, the GTDC is offering “GO GONZAGA – Beat St. John’s!” yard signs.

A Conversation With Gonzaga Student Body President Jon Roellke | The Aquilian 10/03/2012

In a night full of presidental buzz don't forget your own president Gonzaga! Meet the student government president Jon Roellke in the exclusive, uncut interview.

A Conversation With Gonzaga Student Body President Jon Roellke | The Aquilian Drew Williams ‘13 Editor-in-chief (Print) Thanks for coming today President Roellke. After your rousing introductory speeches to kick off the school year, I thought that this would be a good chance for the Gonzaga community to get to know you better. To start off, how was your summer? Did you rest u...


Andrew Hohman reports on the well-fought opener to the WCAC season

Falcons still strong, but Eagles prove the king can bleed | The Aquilian By Andrew Hohman ’14 In their home opener, the Gonzaga Eagles came face to face to local powerhouse Good Counsel. Last year the Falcons outscored the Eagles 94-7 over their two games. Gonzaga prepared to host a different result this year. Sadly, the beginning was a reminder of last year. The Eag...


Gonzaga Football Triumphs over Georgetown Prep in The Jesuit Gridiron Classic 44-14!


Andrew Hohman '14 reports on one of the first games of the 2012 Gonzaga football season

Gonzaga Football Goes Down to St. Joe’s Prep | The Aquilian By Andrew Hohman ’14 After being beaten by the Hawks of St. Joes Prep last year, the Gonzaga Eagles planned to continue their promising 2012 season by taking revenge on the team from Philly. However, this was no evident during the first half of the game. The Hawk’s scrappy defense forced two interce...


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Chris Kilner '12: "Based off of all available results, Gonzaga [Crew] is the first team ever to win Gold in both the First and Second Men's 8s in the same year in SRAA history!"

The Aquilian |   Staff 05/24/2012

I'd like to thank our diligent staff for a great school year.-MDL

The Aquilian | Staff 2011-2012 Moderator: Dr. Harry Rissetto Editor-in-Chief: Michael Ledecky ’12 Managing Editors: Nathan Thompson ’12 (Print); Drew Williams ’13, Will Lawler ’13 (Web) Production Editor: Nick Vitale ’13 Assistant Production Editor: Marcus Rasmussen ’13 Sports Editors: Matt Jackson ’13, Sean Linehan...

Timeline photos 05/20/2012

Gonzaga Varsity 8 took home Gold and the Stotesbury Cup today. The Stotesbury Regatta is the largest high school regatta in America.


If all goes according to plan, The Aprilian--The Aquilian's humor issue that is, naturally, published each May--should be out in time for Charter Day tomorrow.

Timeline photos 04/17/2012

Gonzaga had front row seats for Discovery's final voyage today. The space shuttle landed at Dulles Airport, where it will be enshrined in the Air and Space Museum.

unfortunately the clock wasn't working

One for the History Books: Gonzaga Lax def. Prep, 4-3 | The Aquilian 03/31/2012

Gonzaga 4, Prep 3. Game recap by Nathan Thompson.

One for the History Books: Gonzaga Lax def. Prep, 4-3 | The Aquilian By Nathan Thompson ’12, Managing Editor. The Gonzaga lacrosse team made history Friday night in North Bethesda as it toppled rival Georgetown Prep in a hard fought 4-3 win. Prep Lacrosse entered the game undefeated against Gonzaga, enjoying a 24-0 series advantage. But that all changed after an even...


G Lax: Gonzaga 4, Prep 3. Eagles earn 1st win in program history over Little Hoyas. Article to follow.

In his own words: Quinn Hynes ’13, Hunger Games Extra | The Aquilian 03/23/2012

For those of you who have already seen The Hunger Games, did you spot Gonzaga junior Quinn Hynes?

In his own words: Quinn Hynes ’13, Hunger Games Extra | The Aquilian By Quinn Hynes ’13, Contributor “May the odds ever be in your favor.” I was one of the lucky few to have been chosen to be an extra in a global cinematic phenomenon: The Hunger Games, which premiers March 23. This big-budget Hollywood film is based on the best-selling novel by Suzanne Collins and h...

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