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💕Dear Dr. Cupid: My S.O. is missing prom

💕Dear Dr. Cupid: “My S.O. is missing prom”

Julia Hanson, Editor-in-Chief January 24, 2023

Disclaimer: This advice column is for entertainment purposes and no part of it should be taken seriously. Dr. Cupid is not a professional or an actual, certified Doctor. Dear Dr. Cupid,  I write...

💕Dear Dr. Cupid: I dont want to put us through the loneliness of long distance

💕Dear Dr. Cupid: “I don’t want to put us through the loneliness of long distance”

Julia Hanson, Editor-in-Chief January 23, 2023

Disclaimer: This advice column is for entertainment purposes and no part of it should be taken seriously. Dr. Cupid is not a professional or an actual, certified Doctor. All submissions are completely...

FITTED UP: Senior Ken Escotos look is in the center of fashion must haves from students.

Student body fashion: The red carpet hits DGN hallways

Sarah Woods and Anna Tokash December 12, 2022

Fashion has been an essential part of culture for decades. Historically, fashion and style were reserved for the famous and wealthy. In 2022, however, fashion is more accessible than ever. Every-day people’s...

ALL TOGETHER: A collage of three albums that came out this year– Ants From Up There, Live at the Cabin, and Stick Season.

Reflecting on a year of music– three “must listen to” albums of 2022

Sarah Woods, A&E Editor December 12, 2022

2022 was a great year for music. In-person concerts are back in full swing and many highly anticipated albums were released. While many iconic artists put out music this year, I spent my time trying to...

GRAMMYS: The nominations have been announced for the 2023 award show.

Some stars are brighter than others: Grammy predictions

Anna Tokash, A&E Editor November 30, 2022

Nov. 15, 2022, the 65th Grammy Awards nominees were announced. Although there are still several months until the show, there have been various reactions to the nominees. There are over 90 categories for...

LOVE ON TOUR: Harry Styles performing Sign of the Times, a single from 2017.

Love On Tour: A fun-filled night four in Chicago

Anna Tokash, A&E Editor November 30, 2022

Walking into the United Center, I was ecstatic for the next hour and a half of live music. Although I was shivering in my baby tee and black skirt, I had to look good for the concert I had waited over...

TOUGH QUESTIONS: Matthew Sirota and Nathan Farrero act out an interrogation scene.

Winter One Acts: small skits, big performances

Molly St. Clair , Editor-in-Chief November 29, 2022

The last time I attended a production of the annual DGN Winter One Acts was back in 2018. I was in the 8th grade and remember being amazed by the high-quality production. Going back to see the One Acts...

Review: Anything Goes

Review: “Anything Goes”

Julia Hanson, Editor-in-Chief November 16, 2022

Whether it’s discussing comfort zones, pet peeves, or most recently, cheating in relationships, social media influencer Emma Chamberlain feels like a friend to many teenage girls. She was once a bubbly...

Drake X 21 Savage, Her Loss: Review

Drake X 21 Savage, Her Loss: Review

Ava LaBianco, News Editor November 15, 2022

November 3, 2022 I was in my bed waiting anxiously for the album of the year to drop. At 11 pm I got a notification from my Spotify that Drake and 21 Savage, Her Loss, was out. I stayed up listening to...

A BAD HABIT: controversial videos of Steve Lacys concerts trend as his tour continues

Steve Lacy: not malicious, just misunderstood.

Sarah Woods, A&E Editor November 15, 2022

When I open up TikTok on my phone I expect to see videos exploring fashion, video games, films, and other interests of mine that the algorithm has decided to show me. I am not expecting to see videos of...

LIVE FROM NEW YORK: As the seasons continue, more pre-recorded skits fill the episodes of Saturday Night Live

The downfall of Saturday Night Live

Molly St. Clair , Editor-in-Chief November 9, 2022

When I was younger, almost every Sunday morning started off by watching the newest episode of Saturday Night Live. I was always too young to watch the show when it aired late Saturday night and this tradition...

JAMIN OUT: DGN graduate Marshall Miller plays piano in his college dorm.

Fine arts alumni – Where are they now?

Sarah Woods, A&E Editor November 9, 2022

From hands-on classes to technology-based ones like Digital Music, DGN has lots of fine arts classes for students to take. As much as DGN tries to prepare fine arts students for their future, college can...

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