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Jacob Tutterow

Jacob Tutterow, Opinions Editor

Jacob Tutterow, a senior at NCHS, never fails to impress everyone he meets with his wide spectrum of knowledge and humorous wise-guy remarks.

As Opinions Editor of The Chant, Jacob plans to bring his critical mind to the table in order to improve the newspaper program. As a self-motivating character, Jacob challenges himself to rigorous coursework, with a science and math based curriculum. He takes pleasure in intellectual debates and analytical conversations in general.

Jacob’s family consists of 6 siblings; with 4 brothers and 2 sisters, a funny family story always seems present. Some may enjoy sitting back and watching a good movie or binge-watching a Netflix series; Jacob prefers to let his mind roam in physics and mathematical theories.  

He envelops himself in mind-boggling physics studying including theoretical research and quantum mechanics. After reading The Elegant Universe, Jacob’s interest in such material motivates him to pursue a career in academia.

The young intellectual plans to be referred to as Dr. Tutterow while teaching and conducting research at a prestigious university. His passions include allowing his mind to grow and passing on the new discoveries and information to the next generation.

Jacob admires The Chant; the community and close-knit family feel satisfies Jacob’s model of an ideal work environment. Tutterow stands out and impresses all, as his brother, Alex Tutterow, describes: “He’s a very intelligent, brilliant person. I’ve never seen anything like it and it makes him unique. His extreme love for math and science is something you don’t see everyday; it sets him apart from others and I admire it.”

Written by Esteban Alarcon

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