DGN Omega

  • November 1111/06/19 - Girls' Varsity Volleyball loses Sectional Final to Wheaton Warrenville South in 2 sets
  • November 1111/09/19 - Girls' Cross Country places 21st at IHSA State meet, junior Melissa Jachim 26th overall with school record time 17:18:92
  • November 1111/09/19 - Boys' Cross Country places 11th at IHSA State, junior Evan Cummins places 34th overall

Pumpkin Contest invites students to participate alongside administration

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 additio...

Review: El Camino

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,...

Review: Kid Quill — Sunset Diner

Sam Bull, Editor-in-Chief

October 21, 2019

Sunset Diner: Indiana rapper Kid Quill’s fourth studio album, and a brilliantly crafted blast from the past. Quill finds a way to tie meaningful coming-of-age rap and personal experience to catchy pop tunes and an 80s vibe, resu...

A history of ghost stories

Sam Bull, Editor-in-Chief

October 21, 2019

Storytelling and folklore has been around for as long as humans were able to speak. While there are many genres of stories, some of the most intriguing and entertaining ones are those that are the most chilling: ghost stories. ...

Joker cleverly depicts mental illness in an unnerving, thrillingly realistic manner

Mary Petersen, In-Depth Editor

October 21, 2019

DC’s new film Joker is a fascinating character study of the deranged, tortured Arthur Fleck turned psychopathic killer Joker. The film’s darkly raw themes and storytelling come together in an incredible way to produce an unner...

Scary(-ish) Stories to Tell in the Dark

Jill Anthony, A&E Editor

September 24, 2019

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark, a book that traumatized childhoods for kids everywhere, but its spine chilling tales didn’t stop them from lining up at the library itching to get a copy of the haunting book. In August 2019,...

Artists of the month: Renee Boone and Travon Moore

Jill Anthony and Amelia Carlson

September 24, 2019

For Senior Travon Moore and Junior Renee Boone, theater plays a substantial role in their daily lives, their love for Fine Arts growing day by day. Both Boone and Moore are heavily involved in the Fine Arts industry; they b...

Review: Game of Thrones — Season Eight, Episode Six (“The Iron Throne”)

Sam Bull, Opinion Editor

May 29, 2019

Game of Thrones is officially over, and what a ride it’s been. Drama, action, romance, even a hint of comedy here and there. But this last episode just did not represent the last eight seasons, nor did it give us a particular...

Unqualified Podcast: art for students, by students

Katherine Gross, News Editor

May 17, 2019

“Hi my name is Alex Teng and this is the Unqualified Podcast. I’m here with my co-host Connor. You can’t see him right now, but Connor is completely naked. He’s around 3 feet tall… well, let’s just cue the intro musi...

What the movies taught me about high school

Matt Troher, Editor-In-Chief

May 16, 2019

I’ve watched a lot of movies. I’ve seen good movies, great movies even, and many many bad movies. We’re constantly being bombarded with new movies, and it can be hard to find one that cuts through the noise. Personally, ...