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Jason Nguyen '14

Jason Nguyen '14
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Jason Nguyen is a devilishly handsome, 6'4", Renaissance man. He is the nonpareil at basketball, volleyball, and football. Jason has coached current sports superstars such as LeBron James, Aaron Rodgers, and the U.S. Men's Olympic volleyball team. Some would say Jason Nguyen's intellectual power matches that of Albert Einstein, Shakespeare, and Stephen Hawking combined into one. Jason will follow a life-plan similar to his good friend Jeremy Lin, which includes graduating from Harvard, getting signed by many NBA teams, getting cut by those teams, and suddenly rallying a miraculous run of extraordinary performances that will cement his career in the NBA. His wit is mesmerizing to the majority of the population, and those who do not enjoy his whimsicality do not appreciate his unparalleled genius. But most significant of all, Jason Nguyen is humble.
The Jesuit Dallas swim team this year has held their place among the best and the brightest swimming high schools in the nation. Swimming powerhouses Plano, Plano West, and Allen are only a few of the teams that make up the district Jesuit swims against. On Friday January 24th, the swim team participated in their 9-5A District meet at...
Before the unbelievable Jesuit Varsity playoff victory against Plano West, both  freshman football teams finished the season with a glimpse of the promising future of Jesuit football. The Freshman Gold team notched two strong victories to wrap up the season. With a 45-15 win over L.D. Bell’s sophomore team, and 21-6 victory over Richardson High School, the Gold finished the...
With a new school year, comes a new freshman class, new teachers, new facilities, new ASC members, and new athletic coaches. In this particular school year, Jesuit has experienced a spark in the number of new coaches, and one of them, Eric Gusa, coaches swimming. A Jesuit Dallas alumnus, graduating with the class of 2002, Mr. Eric Gusa is a...
“Turning bath tubs into ice baths, recovering legs in the hotel hot tub, double checking their spikes, laying out their uniform for the next morning, and even catching up on Netflix,” is how Cross Country team captain Dillon Smith ’14 described the night before “one of the biggest parts of the cross country season.”   This year, the...
The senior class of 2014 is the first ever to experience the new options to the English curriculum where they can choose their own path for second semester Senior English. This year, the Senior English classes will still be labeled English 4; however, for their second semester, seniors will choose from four classes that focus on different types of...
UT Southwestern Medical Center, one of the most prestigious medical research institutions in the world, takes pride in their four Nobel laureates (awards), which is more than any other medical school in the world. Promoting the significance of research, UT Southwestern Medical Center holds a highly selective and renowned research program called STARS (Science Teacher Access to Resources at Southwestern),...
The start of the 2012-2013 school year marks the beginning of another great year for the Medical Society. Beginning in October, over fifty juniors will participate in clinical rotations and hopefully gain insight into the medical field.  Led by Medical Society directors Jan Jones and Max Von Schlehenried, these juniors will apply for positions and attend clinical rotation events...
Jesuit’s varsity Rugby team is no stranger to the spotlight. The team’s raw talent and dominating wins have solidified its distinguished reputation as one of the best high school rugby teams in the nation. Although the group has worked hard for such recognition, our rugby program continues to separate itself from the pack by fulfilling the “Man for Others”...

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