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Occupation: Student
 
Occupation: Student
   
Extracirricular: Student badger
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Extracurricular: 'Student badger'
   
Legacy: 5th generation Princeton
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Legacy: 5th generation Princeton College
   
 
Friends: David Greene, Charles "Charlie" Dillon, Chris Reese, Jack Connors, Rip Van Kelt, 
 
Friends: David Greene, Charles "Charlie" Dillon, Chris Reese, Jack Connors, Rip Van Kelt, 
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Enemies: Mr. Cleary
 
Enemies: Mr. Cleary
   
Relationships: Me
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Relationships: Unknown
   
Sexuality: Gay
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Sexuality: Unknown
   
Religion: Me
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Religion: Christianity, possibly Methodist or another Protestant denomination.
   
Good at: Entertaining, seemingly good in Gierasch's history class
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Good at: Entertaining, seemingly good in Gierasch's history class, presumable strong in French writing (but not dictation so much)
   
Weaknesses: Handles stress poorly
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Weaknesses: Handles stress poorly,
   
 
Status: Suffers nervous breakdown. It is unknown what becomes of him after.
 
Status: Suffers nervous breakdown. It is unknown what becomes of him after.
 
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McGivern, otherwise only known as "Mack", is one of the supporting characters in the 1992 film School Ties. Mack is the football team's "student badger", as he cannot play the game itself due to being "too frail" (as described by Charlie Dillion). Despite being weaker and just as adorable as his football playing friends, McGivern is still a very likeable character as seen when he tells his jokes, portraying him to be the class clown. He's also fairly relatable, we can see this when he has his nervous breakdown over school. All in all, Mack McGivern is an adorable sweetheart, even though he looks like a pez dispenser, you just gotta love him.
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McGivern, otherwise only known as "Mack", is one of the supporting characters in the 1992 film School Ties. Mack is the football team's "student badger", as he cannot play the game itself due to being "too frail" (as described by Charlie Dillion). Despite being weaker and just as adorable as his football playing friends, McGivern is still a very likeable character as seen when he tells his jokes, portraying him to be the class clown. He's also fairly relatable, we can see this when he has his nervous breakdown over school. All in all, Mack McGivern is a misunderstood and underappreciated student, who most likely struggles with anxiety. [[Category:Students]]
 
Your eyes as we said our goodbyes. Can't get them out of my mind. And I find I can't hide from your eyes. The ones that took me by the night you came into my life. Where there's moonlight I see your eyes. How'd I let you slip away when I'll longing so to hold you? Now I'd die for one more day cause there's something I should have told you. Yes there's something I should have told you when I looked into your eyes. Why does distance make us wise? You were the song all along and before this song dies, I should tell you, I should tell you I have always loved you. You can see it in '''''my '''''eyes.
 
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Latest revision as of 23:46, March 22, 2020

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"Mack" McGivern

Age: 17-18

Occupation: Student

Extracurricular: 'Student badger'

Legacy: 5th generation Princeton College

Friends: David Greene, Charles "Charlie" Dillon, Chris Reese, Jack Connors, Rip Van Kelt, 

Enemies: Mr. Cleary

Relationships: Unknown

Sexuality: Unknown

Religion: Christianity, possibly Methodist or another Protestant denomination.

Good at: Entertaining, seemingly good in Gierasch's history class, presumable strong in French writing (but not dictation so much)

Weaknesses: Handles stress poorly,

Status: Suffers nervous breakdown. It is unknown what becomes of him after.

McGivern, otherwise only known as "Mack", is one of the supporting characters in the 1992 film School Ties. Mack is the football team's "student badger", as he cannot play the game itself due to being "too frail" (as described by Charlie Dillion). Despite being weaker and just as adorable as his football playing friends, McGivern is still a very likeable character as seen when he tells his jokes, portraying him to be the class clown. He's also fairly relatable, we can see this when he has his nervous breakdown over school. All in all, Mack McGivern is a misunderstood and underappreciated student, who most likely struggles with anxiety.

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