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Authors Articles by John Nuchereno '17

John Nuchereno '17

John Nuchereno '17
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Sophomore Michael Jankovich sits in the corner, arms raised ready to receive a pass.  Ben Kunasek  ’16 dribbles up the floor, losing his man and zipping the ball to Michael.  Without hesitation Jankovich takes the shot, draining the three in the eye of his poor defender.  His deep threes throughout the game are enough to earn the Rangers another...
Last Sunday, November 22, hordes of grandparents eagerly attended this year’s Grandparents Day, a day dedicated to giving grandparents an insight to the everyday life of their grandsons. Since 2003, Jesuit has welcomed grandparents to walk through the school halls and learn about the Jesuit education, additionally allowing alumni to see how Jesuit has evolved over the years. The day began...
Chili, cookies, and brownies laid out across the tables.  Interact members stand over them, smiles on faces, preparing plates for the many AIDS victims at AIDS Services of Dallas (ASD).  Eagerly accepting, the patients share their stories with Interact, stories of misfortune and sadness, emphasizing how ASD has saved their lives. On October 20th, The Junior leadership and service organization “Interact”...
Beams of light target two lone podiums on the empty stage, overlooking a sea of faces watching, waiting for the oncoming argument.  Jake LoRocco ’17, armed with his tediously prepared arguments and data, steps up to the microphone.  A waterfall of words rushes out his lips, incomprehensible to anyone but the seasoned judges.  Minutes pass, and LoRocco continues undeterred...
Sun beating down, flashing on the sea of neon yellow shorts, the JV tennis team takes the court.  Carlos Riddle '17 steps onto the concrete, shirt gripping to his chest.  His formidable Lake Highlands opponent stands at the ready, knees bent, slightly rocking back and forth.  Riddle serves the ball, acing his opponent and earning the point.  The match...
The sun beats down on the Jesuit Tennis player, as he lines up at the baseline, determined to win the next point. His left hand tosses the ball straight in the air, followed by a power swing. Zipping over the net, the ball bounces perfectly on the line. Even with the perfect serve, the talented Allen player returns the serve...

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