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  • December 1212/09/19 - Girls' Varsity Basketball beats Waubonsie Valley 47-32
  • December 912/04/19 - Girls' Varsity Gymnastics beats Willowbrook 136 - 113.8 in season opening meet
  • December 912/07/19 - Boys' Basketball defeats Batavia 59-47

A day at the unfortunate Bears game

Sam Weinheimer, Feature Editor

February 4, 2019

Ahead of the much anticipated Chicago Bears vs. Philadelphia Eagles game, top sports analysts foresaw the Bears taking complete advantage of the wild home fan base, and using it to their advantage to secure a divisional round ga...

FEATURED TEACHER: Spahr-Thomas reflects on path to teaching

Vanessa Kamman, Feature Editor

January 22, 2019

Karen Spahr-Thomas has taught at DGN for 18 years. She currently teaches Law in American Society and AP United States History, A native of Ohio, Spahr-Thomas triple majored in journalism, business, and history at Bowling Green S...

Struggles of having a twin

Sam Weinheimer, Feature Editor

December 18, 2018

In 2017-2018 alone, DGN contained 36 sets of fraternal and identical twins. While students seem surprised to learn about the vast number of look-alikes, they are more common than people realize. A study provided by UT Austin said...

Immigrants shed light on difficulties of American culture

Ellie Cawthorne, A&E and Social Media Editor

November 7, 2018

Room 364 during 6th period is different than a usual resource classroom: students are talking, playing games or watching videos. But what stands out the most is that a majority of these students speak a different language. ...

Anonymous Alert system fuels drama with students

Katherine Gross, News Editor

October 29, 2018

The number of Anonymous Alerts and false alerts submitted has risen this year. The police and administration have enforcements in place to discourage students from using alerts as a tool to hurt others. D99 added the Anonymous...

Saam helps coworkers with retirement

Trenton Cintron, Sports Editor

October 29, 2018

DGN economics teacher supplying assistance with retirement plans and demanding nothing in return. During his 15 years teaching at DGN, Thomas Saam has helped more than 24 teachers establish dependable retirement plans, projected to ...

Bernard brings unique teaching style to AP Art History

Mary Wojcik, News Editor

October 29, 2018

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 ...

Hat Policy: What you need to know

Patrick Brooks, A&E editor

October 11, 2018

DGN and DGS students were told that a change was made to allow partial head coverings for all students including hoods behind the ear and durags. The change is explained as the school attempting to be more culturally sensitive...