Students have the opportunity to sharpen their writing, editing, and creative skills by working on a handful of student publications.
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The Aquilian is Gonzaga’s student newspaper. In addition to covering news and happenings on campus, the paper includes stories and editorials on topics of national interest. It’s published six times each year.
The Phoenix, Gonzaga’s literary and visual arts magazine, is published annually in the spring. It features a wide cross-section of original poetry, short stories, studio art, photography, and essays. Many of the poems are written by students in Gonzaga's Poets and Writers Club, a very active student group led by English teacher Mr. Joe Ross that regularly hosts poetry readings and workshops.
The Aetonian, Gonzaga’s yearbook, was founded in 1941. It’s published annually and includes student and faculty photos, descriptions of schoolwide events, and more.
Celebrating 200 Years of Jesuit Education in the Nation's Capital