Pupils at the exclusive Clongowes Wood College were only told on Saturday Andrew had taken his own life at the family home on December 27.
What does CWC stand for?
CWC stands for Clongowes Wood College (Ireland)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
At his funeral Mass at Clongowes Wood College, Co Kildare, last weekend, Andrew was described as a lovable rogue and a kind-hearted and fantastic son and brother.
He lived in Old Town, and was educated at Clongowes Wood College, an exclusive Jesuit boarding school, located in County Kildare, Ireland.
Jim was a 15-year-old schoolboy in Clongowes Wood College when he contracted polio in 1958.
After schooling at Killashee and Clongowes Wood College, he worked at odd jobs in London, met his future wife, traveled to Europe and South Africa, read and wrote.
Sunday morning rolled around and I was with Clongowes Wood college team on Fota and they hit me with worse questions than you guys.
Devastated Derry, his wife Sallyanne and daughter Sarah May, 22, were joined by more than 1,000 mourners at their son Andrew's funeral at The Boys' Chapel of Clongowes Wood College in Clane, Co Kildare, where he was a student.
In fact, as Jeffares' book also illustrates, Gogarty inclines steeply toward the utterly valid but ultimately outmoded practices and conventions of the classical literary tradition he immersed himself in as a student at Clongowes Wood College and continued to delve into during his medical studies at Trinity College Dublin.