DGN Omega

  • April 19Danielle Wilder becomes new varsity Athenas coach

  • March 31Girls’ soccer: Crosstown Classic between DGN and DGS ends in 1-1 draw

  • March 21Girls’ soccer: Varsity wins Elk Grove Tournament for second-straight year, defeats York 2-1



March 14, 2018

Inaccessibility prevents enjoyment of games

Zain Bando, Sports Editor

March 12, 2018

Filed under Columns, Sports

When I was a sophomore during the 2015-16 school year, the varsity basketball team qualified for the regional playoffs at Lyons Township. I had followed the team periodically throughout the year, because I managed at the sophom...

Pi Day isn’t as sweet as it seems

Kyle Schirle, A&E Editor

March 12, 2018

Filed under Columns, Opinions

Let’s be honest, middle school is a soul-crushing hell. So when it came time for me to begin a life in high school, I was very excited to get a new start. However, my brother took my dreams and crushed them like a bull in a...

Tracking causes inequalities in education

Sophie Karrow, In-Depth Editor

February 27, 2018

Filed under Editorials, Opinions, Staff

The GPA game starts long before students enter high school. Parents, teachers, and students push for tracking convinced that weighted classes lead to acceptance to better colleges. The process of placing students together bas...

STAFF EDITORIAL First Amendment for students: Where to draw the line?

Isabelle LaBianco, News Editor

February 23, 2018

Filed under Editorials, Opinions

From our preparation for the Constitution test we took in eighth grade to the government and law classes we are enrolled in during high school, we, as students, have been informed of our First Amendment rights. Our journey to become e...

Master Facility Plan needs to consider gym space

Natalie White, Editor-In-Chief

February 21, 2018

Filed under Opinions

On the underground track, runners are jumping over something other than hurdles, a rolling basketball. In the weightroom, the softball team raises dumbbells, five feet away badminton does squat jumps, boys’ sprinters start ...

Sisters by chance, (not) friends by (their) choice

Sarah Baran, Social Media Editor

February 1, 2018

Filed under Opinions

Being in high school and having two older sisters who are both in their 20s is not only strange but an experience that has left me feeling excluded. Being a sister should be fun because you basically have a built-in best friend. In...

‘Time’s Up’ movement costs more than just a $12 pin

Isabelle LaBianco, News Editor

February 1, 2018

Filed under Movies, Opinions

In a sea of black ball gowns and Armani suits, a silver pin catches the attention of the abundance of cameras. The pin becomes chatter amongst the guests and reporters. “Time’s Up” becomes the catchphrase of the 2018 Gol...

The red, white and blue carpet: no more celebrity nominees

Sophia Di Iorio, In-Depth Editor

February 1, 2018

Filed under Editorials, Opinions

Oprah Winfrey stands before an enraptured audience. She commands the room as usual, only this time she isn’t offering free cars. She drives hoards of people to tears, stoking the flames of a possible 2020 candidacy. Her speech...

Net Neutrality: What now?

Moises Dominguez, Photography Editor

January 31, 2018

Filed under Columns, Opinions

Before you read this story if you don't know what Net Neutrality is, please click the link to read my previous story keeping the Net Neutral. On Dec. 17, 2016, the FCC voted to repeal the Net Neutrality laws that were first put in place...

Prom dress search starts now

Sidney Lee, Editor-in-chief

January 30, 2018

Filed under Columns, Opinions

Ten degrees and snow is still crunching under our winter boots, but that does not stop seniors from browsing and buying their prom dresses. Prom may be in May, but we have historically started shopping for dresses months i...

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