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Kate Gross

Kate Gross, Editor-in-Chief

As a senior, this is Kate’s second year with the Omega and her first year as an Editor-in-Chief. She spends most of her time on the basketball court with the varsity team at DGN, but can always be counted on to write hard-hitting investigative reporting for the Omega. As a proud half of Maeve and Kate’s News Desk, she’s ready to give you all of her unsolicited opinions in their monthly IGTV segments. She loves going to concerts (her favorite so far was Queen) and despite her terrible singing voice, you’ll always find her proudly belting out the lyrics to every song. You can get in touch with Kate through her school email ([email protected]) or by yelling in the general direction of any sushi restaurant.

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Ability grouping starts too young

Ability grouping starts too young

Kate Gross, Editor-in-Chief
May 10, 2022
RUN WITH THE PACK: (from left to right) DGN runners Ryan Eddington (10), Jack Benge (12) and Topher Ferris (11) take off from the starting line at the Nike Cross Country Regional race Nov. 14.

Boys XC dominates state, regional meets

Kate Gross, Editor-in-Chief
December 15, 2021
IN THEIR ELEMENT: Kate Laffey and Kat Rutkowski pose next to the morning announcement equipment in the student activities office.

Fresh voices revive announcements

Kate Gross, Editor-in-Chief
October 15, 2021
A TASTY TRADITION: Girl Scouts from Troop 55779 sell cookies at Jewel Osco in Woodridge.

Girl Scout Cookies: Worst to best

Kate Gross, Feature Editor
March 21, 2021
LOOKING BACK: As 2020 draws to a close, DGN students reflect on first semester.

Semester in review

Kate Gross, Feature Editor
January 1, 2021
A look at the map: With five battleground states remaining, the candidates inch closer to 270 electoral votes.

Race to 270: November 6

Kate Gross, Feature Editor
November 6, 2020
Still counting: As early votes are counted, races in battleground states have become increasingly close.

Race to 270: November 5

Kate Gross, Feature Editor
November 5, 2020
Making your voice heard: As ballots are counted throughout the nation, a number of swing states remain up for grabs.

Race to 270: November 4

Kate Gross, Feature Editor
November 4, 2020
BEACON OF HOPE: Ruth Bader Ginsburg was revered as a champion of equality for all, and she prominently advocated for LGBTQ+ rights.

RBG: Remembering and honoring a hero

Kate Gross, Feature Editor
September 22, 2020
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