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  • November 12For the first time in school history Varsity girls volleyball gets second in state after facing Marist Highschool

  • November 5DGN varsity girl's volleyball team defeats Saint Charles East High School to advance into the Final Four

  • October 26Girl's varsity volleyball team defeats Maine South high school to win regional championship

Review: Daughters – You Won’t Get What You Want

Matt Troher, Editor-In-Chief

November 5, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Music

  Take a look at the album art for “You Won’t Get What You Want”. Do it, open another tab and google the album. Now look at it. Not a glance, but really an all encompassing look for a good 30 seconds or so. H...

Bernard brings unique teaching style to AP Art History

October 29, 2018

Filed under Features, Fine Arts

Every day during 4th period, fine arts teacher Amy Bernard packs up her materials and heads upstairs for her only class taught outside the first-floor ceramics room. Currently borrowing an English room for the tight-knit class o...

Spider-Man: Review

Logan Maramba, Opinion Editor

October 29, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Video Games

The Eighth generation of consoles has suffered due to lack of standout titles. Many felt this way until the E3 reveal trailer for a new, original title, Marvel’s Spider-man. Spider-man looked incredible, and was being develo...

Venom sticks with audiences

October 29, 2018

Filed under Movies

Venom’s origin story would not be complete without Spider-man, or so you would think. With the new Venom solo movie out, Sony Studios decided to take a different approach when tackling the emotional origin story of Eddie Brock, pl...

HOMECOMING HIT: Director Nolen Stevens

Matt Troher, Editor-in-Chief

October 29, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Fine Arts

    Sitting in a movie theater, the smell of freshly made popcorn and the noise of soda fountains complete the atmosphere. Waiting for the lights to dim and the movie to start, sophomore Nolan Stevens sits...

Review: Logic’s YSIV

Sam Weinheimer, Feature Editor

October 11, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Music

Robert Bryson Hall, more formally known as Logic, once again exceeds expectations and delivers a very retro style album, focusing more on his roots and his jumpstart to stardom.   Logic is very known for creating many differ...

Review: Noname – Room 25

Matt Troher, Editor-In-Chief

October 2, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Music

The latest project from Chicago’s very own rapper Noname (Fatimah Warner) listens more like a spoken word poem than a rap album, and that’s exactly what makes her one of the best rappers in the scene right now. Hailing ...

CoreLife Eatery offers bowl-d choices for Downers Grove

Logan Maramba, Opinion Editor

October 1, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment

  CoreLife is an inviting and visually stimulating restaurant, with a friendly staff that readily let me in to see the restaurant before its Sept. 27 opening. Located at 1026 Ogden Avenue, CoreLife is a relatively new...

“Searching” Clicks with Audiences

Patrick Brooks, A&E Editor

October 1, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Movies

  “Searching” looked like just another horror movie. However, by the end of the movie it leaves the audience with so much more than most would expect in terms of acting, visuals and storytelling. Despite the...

Review: Thank You for Today proves exciting for long time Death Cab fans

Patrick Brooks, A&E Editor

September 7, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Music

  Thank You for Today is probably the most promising album of the 2010’s for both long-time Death Cab fans and newcomers. With a new producer, Rich Costly, and a new member, Dave Depper, Thank You for Today looks...

Money Talks: New Oscar’s category favors the bottom line

Audrey Dwyer, In-Depth Editor

August 30, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Movies

The 90th Oscars was a flop.  With a record low of 26.5 million viewers, the March 4th telecast ratings had dropped 20% from the previous year.  To boost their program’s popularity, the Academy made three significant chang...