From the Xaverian Archives

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Still Seeking “The Voyager”

Does anyone have any issues of "The Voyager," an alumni newsletter from the late 1960's?  If so, please contact

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"Preserving the past to serve the present and future."

This September, Xaverian opens its 62nd season. Boasting a student enrollment of 1545 students, 644 of whom are girls,this is as strong a student body as the school has enjoyed in many years. Next June, the Class of 2020 will be the first coed class to graduate, a monumental milestone in the school’s history.

New Acquisitions
  • VARSITY BASEBALL JOURNALS from1978-1989, compiled by legendary coach, Sgt. Maj. Edward Murach, (USA Ret.) given to the Archives by his wife MaryEllen and their son Richie Murach '77. The two hand-made volumnd are rich with records, newspaper clippings, flyers, programs, &c. have been given. Stay tuned to see scans of these invaluable items.                                                                                                                                      
  •  Stephen Rolandi ’72 has donated to the Xaverian Archives an extensive collection of PAF (Political Affairs Forum) documents from the founding of the club under the guidance of well-known faculty member Mr. Gustavo Marin in 1970.     

Attention Vietnam Vets

      During the summer, a conversation began among alumni from the 1960s regarding Xaverian grads who served in Vietnam. A project is now in the planning stages to add military service to all alumni records. Stay tuned as the project evolves, beginning with Vietnam. We are hoping to establish an interactive page on the Xaverian website

Please email comments, questions, &c. to  

Go Clippers!

Sigfried ’64, Archivist
Established in 1957, Xaverian is one of thirteen schools nationwide sponsored by the Xaverian Brothers.
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