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  • December 5On Wednesday December 5, an anti-abortion protest was held before first period on the main street entrance sidewalk

  • December 3Boys Wrestling won against Proviso West 56-15

  • December 3Varsity Boys Basketball won home opener against Proviso West 85-54

Northwind literary magazine introduces 3 issue format for 2018-2019 school year

Logan Maramba, Opinion Editor

December 13, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Books, Fine Arts

Northwind is showcasing their craft early by releasing a Fall edition for the first time. Additionally, Northwind is planning on releasing three literary magazines. When a reader first opens Northwind Fall 2018, the Northwind...

Student Directors Collaborate on Winter One Acts

Vanessa Kamman, Feature Editor

December 13, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Fine Arts

Beginning in October, student directors Emma Nykiel, Jacob Trnka, Ben Kulat, Ellie Cawthorne, and Kate Sosnovsky prepared for the Winter One Acts. Kulat directed “May the Best Fan Win” by Jonathan Rand. This one act...

December Artist of the Month: Holloway Peters

Patrick Brooks, A&E Editor

December 12, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Fine Arts

  Senior Holloway Peters began doing art at the start of high school. Since then, he has gotten numerous pieces in the Mosaic art show, including 7 pieces just his year. Peters hopes he can become a freelance illustra...

Bernard brings unique teaching style to AP Art History

Mary Wojcik, News Editor

October 29, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, 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 ...

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...

Schirle and Troher’s Summer Entertainment

Kyle Schirle and Matt Troher

May 22, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Fine Arts, Movies, Music

With school getting out and summer starting up, schedules will be freed up and boredom will need to be overcomed. A&E editors Matt Troher and Kyle Schirle share their recommendations on music and movies to help keep the boredom...

Former student writes full length musical

Matt Troher, A&E Editor

February 22, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Fine Arts

DGN graduate Leo Fotos (2014), has gone on a truly unique path. Fotos wrote an original full-length musical, Debuting at the Chicago Musical Theater Festival (CMTF). Entitled “TRU”, the musical follows Truman, an outgoing high...

Artist of the month: Ben Gartlen

Kyle Schirle, A&E Editor

February 22, 2018

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Fine Arts

The Scholastic art show is an annual competition in which talented students from around the area enter pieces that they spent a lot of time and effort working on. Many students come out of the award show very happy with just one h...

Students win several awards at art show

Matt Troher, A&E Editor

December 13, 2017

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Fine Arts

Most art exhibitions are filled to the brim with variety, showcasing various differences in style and size. The Chicagoland 4x5 High School Art Exhibition, more commonly known as the 4x5, is not like most art exhibitions. The...

Artist of the month: Fluctuation

Kyle Schirle, A&E editor

December 13, 2017

Filed under Arts/Entertainment, Fine Arts, Music

The dictionary defines fluctuation as “shifting back and forth and changing” and changing and growing is exactly what this group of students has done. This DGN band consists of sophomores Billy Berberich (vocals), Miles Teague...