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Authors Articles by John Nuchereno '17

John Nuchereno '17

John Nuchereno '17
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The whole rugby locker room shakes before the game.  With music blaring, players shouting, and rugby balls flying around, the team feeds off of each other's focused energy before walking out on the field.  As kickoff approaches, the starting 15 binds in a circle under their defending goal post, surrounding their captain, Eric Miller.  Miller leads the team in a prayer, offers...
For months now, presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton have monopolized the media with their views and ideas for the future of the country.  While they heavily debate domestic and international affairs, the typical high school student is left staring at the screen, thinking to himself, "What is going on?" The Jesuit Political Society aims to end such confusion. Founded by...
As 7:00 PM rolled around, many students from Jesuit, Ursuline, and Hockaday made their way to the Terry Center for the annual Freshman Mixer.  Music blaring and refreshments ready, the Terry Center was not the room that held Prayer Services and Masses that night; it was a giant dance floor allowing for the many new freshman from each school...
Every year crowds flock to the Thames River in England to watch the historic Henley Royal Regatta. Adhering to a strict dress code, men don blazers with flannels and a tie, while women wear dresses or skirts with a hemline below the knee, and customarily hats. The strong emphasis on maintaining tradition and history at the Henley Regatta mandates that the use...
 On June 10th, the Jesuit crew team traveled to Mercer Lake in New Jersey to compete at the USRowing Nationals Regatta, and finished with the best results in program history. Jesuit competed against 24 other teams from around the nation that qualified for the regatta, placing 9th overall with a time of 6:02.313. The Varsity 8’s time proved to...
A small bead of sweat rolls down the arm of the rower as he pushes and pulls in perfect harmony with his teammates. Physical exhaustion plagues each rower as the end of the race nears, challenging each of them to continue going all out until the finish. The Rangers' boat soars past the finish line, and as usual, is one...
As on most Fridays, the students slowly marched to the Terry Center to attend normal Friday prayer service or mass.  But the moment their chairs entered eyesight, each student knew something was different, and everybody was pleasantly surprised to find a rosary waiting for them. On Friday, April 22nd, Campus Ministry led the school in saying the rosary, one of the most traditional acts in...
Shining yellow buses flood into the lower lot, marking the beginning of the annual Jesuit Dallas Rugby Showdown.  Excitement in the air, teams from all over Texas prepare for their matches. On Saturday, March 5th, the Jesuit rugby team hosted the annual Jesuit Dallas Rugby Showdown, inviting the Jesuit New Orleans, Katy High School, and Christian Brothers teams for a...

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