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  • December 612/05/19 - Girls' Basketball loses 58-33 to Lincoln Way West
  • December 111/30/19 - Boys' Varsity Basketball beats Bartlett High School 60-42
  • November 2011/19/19 - Girls' Varsity Basketball beats Deerfield High School 60-26 in season opener
Construction prompts change in DGN recycling policies
Trump call provokes impeachment inquiry
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Booming: DGN drumline success, popularity turning heads
Changemaker workshop plans to solve campus issues
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Girls’ Gymnastics co-ops with DGS team

DGN’s girls’ gymnastics program faces challenges in the coming season with the retirement of two of its three coaches. The lack of coaching staff and...

Freshman Football remains strong, promising future

Freshman wide receiver Ethan Thulin caught the ball in stride, flying past Hinsdale Central defenders and securing a freshman Trojan football win, the...

Athlete of the month: Sam Barbato

Rowdy students shouting “hammer” repeatedly is a familiar sound at DGN’s football games this year. Why, you may ask? Senior Sam Barbato is getting...

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Libby Soelberg, Feature Editor | November 6, 2019

As DGN heads into the holidays, festivities begin to pick up. Halloween introduces skull pop selling, students dress, and the annual pumpkin contest. But this year, DGN chose to open the pumpkin contest to students, in addition to each department. After the pumpkins were set in the front lobby, students were sent a google form on which they could vote for their favorite.  The pumpkin choices spanned...

Nolen Stevens, Opinion Editor | October 23, 2019

El Camino (2019) is the continuation of the story of the hit TV show, Breaking Bad, following Jesse Pinkman after the character’s ambiguous fate in the final episode of the show, Felina. The film premiered on Netflix October 11, 2019 and is written and directed by Breaking Bad creator and showrunner Vince Gilligan. El Camino stars Aaron Paul as Jesse Pinkman and follows the character as he strives...

Teens turn to TikTok for addictive comedy

Libby Soelberg, Feature Editor | October 23, 2019

Though I shouldn’t assume that you are a fully-addicted, master lip-syncing connoisseur of all things TikTok, I’m guessing that you’ve at least heard of it. If you haven’t (or chosen to ignore it),  it is a social media app where creators can make up to 1-minute videos of them talking, singing, or dancing to “sounds”.   Throughout the years, there’s always been some type of outlet...

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