Minh’s Notes

Human-readable chicken scratch

Minh Nguyễn
May 20th, 2005
Live at St. Xavier


MusicFest 2005 and Senior Exit Interviews

So it has come to this. On my last full day of school, I’m forced to play Settlers of Catan for at least three hours straight. Torture.

Well, I’m not sure I can actually call this “school,” since we have no classes and almost nothing to do. Last year, Harrison Sand, Richard Maxwell, John Fogg, and I brought a grill, but that was an utter disaster, so we decided to stay in, out of the rain.

I helped give some glowing reviews of St. X at the Senior Exit Interviews, but it was honest. St. X has been a wholesome experience for me, filled to the brim with controversy, which is where this blog comes in, of course.

My fourth MusicFest reminds me of my first: I haven’t gone outside yet (as of 1:49 PM), yet I’ve already spent nearly half an hour on the computer. Sad.

I don’t really have much to say today, since I’ve still got an aggravating cold. But if you’d like to reminisce in the comments section, feel free to.


  1. I find it pretty funny that the faculty is worried about blogging, of all things, as being addictive.

  2. As it currently stands, students from the Class of 2005 make up about 44% of the Planet Xavier population. I’ve been asked many times about what I’m planning to do this summer, since the outgoing seniors have ceased to be students at

  3. So at around 11:30 at night, I get to the section where I have to list ten words that would describe me. The first word that my pen could come up with for me was, of all things, maverick.


  1. I hope you feel better Minh. Tell the truth Catan was not torture. You should have stayed longer we set up Politika and almost got through my first turn before we had to re-pack the thousands of small colored pieces of paper that went with the game.

    I'll see you later Minh.

    -Harrison Sand

    ohh and if anyone wants my IM name it's Hairysand.