Congratulations to Joseph O’Grady who won the overall prize for the Junior Cycle category in the UCD Irish Young Philosopher Awards for his project exploring whether the pandemic has had only a negative impact on society.
Daniel Kelly came highly commended in the Senior Cycle category for his project exploring whether it is morally justifiable for the HSE to buy PPE that has been manufactured using slave labour.
Calling all Senior Cycle and TY students...are you or someone you know interested in learning about a career in opera or the arts?
Irish National Opera are looking for students to take part in a new #CreativeSchools Spotlight series. Successful applicants will work with them to develop a fun and engaging video series, shining a spotlight on the different elements that go into an opera, delivered by students for students. Check out the website for more details.
Creative Schools is a Creative Ireland Programme led by Arts Council Ireland
Thanks to everyone who took part in Green Jersey Day last Friday. The donation page www.greenjerseyday.ie remains open. Donations will be split between Spinal Injuries Ireland, St James Hospital Foundation and the Peter McVerry Trust. Here are all the photos received. Additional photos can be emailed to Ms McNamara.
"Ite, inflammate omnia - Go, set the world on fire.”
St. Ignatius of Loyola
During these unprecedented and difficult times, we wanted to highlight the many alumni of Gonzaga College SJ who are exemplifying the college ethos of being Men and Women for Others. We hope that their thoughts and insights into their experiences so far might bring reassurance and inspiration to other alumni, students, and parents. See the 'Men and Women for Others' page to watch the videos.
Of course, this is simply a small representation of all the Gonzaga alumni in our community who we are so very proud of. Mor...
Green Jersey Day, 29 May 2020, is an initiative to encourage support and collaboration of all involved in our Gonzaga Community, including Students, Parents Groups and Alumni.
On the last day of term, 29 May 2020, we ask everyone in the wider Gonzaga Community to put on a Green Jersey, take a picture (a selfie or family group photo) and email it to Ms McNamara for publication on the school website, (or use in next year’s Gonzaga Record), or posting to the Gonzaga Instagram page.
We can all wear the Gonzaga 'Green Jersey' together. Just as on other Green Jersey Days there is also an option...