DGN Omega

  • January 2101/18/20 - Boys' Varsity Basketball beats Glenbard North 49-44 at Wheaton Warrenville South MLK Tournament
  • January 2101/18/20 - Drew Bielawski places second at Batavia Wrestling Invite
  • January 2101/20/20 - Girls' Gymanstics posts team highest score of the season at Fremd invite
School offers curriculum for Special Service students
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Timing of Mosaic concert causes stress for Fine Arts students
A Decade at DGN
Samira Ahmed shares her success story
Holiday season traditions differ between schools
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Girls’ Basketball beats York on the road, ties for first in Conference

DGN’s girls’ basketball team won its last conference title in 2014. 6 years and a fresh group of faces later, the rankings suggest a possible repeat.  Last...

Athletes Finalize Recruitment Process

Six senior athletes signed a National Letter of Intent at DGN’s celebratory signing ceremony Nov. 13, officially committing to their respective Division...

Student interest in nontraditional sports increases: Rock climbing and Water polo

Rock climbing will make its Olympic debut at the 2020 Summer Games this July in Tokyo, Japan. Also making its debut is DGN’s climbing club. The club...

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Hailey Grubich, Feature Editor | January 15, 2020

Out of all the social media apps, TikTok should be the least of our worries. While most platforms are used to showcase only the glamorous parts of our lives, TikTok allows us to take a comedic, inclusive, and non-judgmental approach to sharing content online.  TikTok allows its users to create and post short videos of themselves which often feature music in the background. Much like Instagram and...

Sam Bull, Editor-in-Chief | January 15, 2020

Ah, yes. TikTok: the mind-numbing, humorless, time-consuming new social media platform taking our generation by storm. The app’s monumental popularity is a bit odd to me, mostly due to the fact that it just doesn’t seem to have any value. Tik-what? The video-sharing app was created in September 2016 by Beijing-based company ByteDance, and gained popularity in late 2018. It was the most downloaded...

Andrew Thompson, News Editor | December 18, 2019

As he walks through the parking lot of a Chicagoland Mariano’s, London YouTuber Tim Burton is grinning from ear to ear. At the far end of the lot, he can see his bright red 2019 Ford GT, valued at 1.2-million dollars, that he imported over the summer to drive across the country to promote his social media platforms, where he is better known as “Shmee150”. Burton bought the car primarily...

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