Torch

Applications reach record highs

Sahil Modi, Executive News Editor | May 24, 2018

Although the college application process was like any other year for senior Jack Garibaldi, he was surprised to see how admissions decisions played out for his peers. “Many of my friends who I thought...

Continue Reading
Impactful coach, teacher dies at 57

Sydney Stumme-Berg and Catherine Zhang, Editor-in-Chief and Managing Editor | May 24, 2018

The impact he has had on the students he taught and coached is immeasurable. “The kids believed in him,” said Athletic Director John Catalano. “Kids believed that if he said, ‘We are going to...

Continue Reading
View All
Seniors go out with a bang

Maggie Li, Features Editor | May 24, 2018

With thousands of eyes on him during his final Variety Show, senior Sam Heydt began his routine by kicking a giant stick that he was going to use in his performance. But instead of landing at his feet...

Continue Reading

Anya Eydelman and Zoe Bendoff, Page Editor and Staff Writer | May 24, 2018

After comparing the spacious and beautifully renovated classrooms to her AP Psychology classroom, room C202, senior Rachel Patris recognized that a change could be made. This room was home to a wall whose...

Continue Reading
View All
Student defers college for ministry studies

Grace Chatas, Features Editor | May 24, 2018

Just as she was ready to begin filling out college applications, senior Teagan Klebba was approached by a friend returning from a post-graduate ministry trip. He encouraged Klebba to consider taking a...

Continue Reading

Lucia Bosacoma, Executive Features Editor | May 24, 2018

By the end of her senior year, alumna Dana Cagen (‘17) was exhausted. Four years of intensive studying and extracurriculars left her tired and burnt out to the point at which she could not imagine attending...

Continue Reading
View All
New friends, not new characters

Sahil Modi, Executive News Editor | May 24, 2018

Ni hao, jintian wo xiang shuo shuo gan’en jie. Or, was it sheng dan. No no, it’s definitely gan’en jie. I think… As I ran through my script for my Chinese presentation on the topic of Thanksgiving,...

Continue Reading
Leaving the game I love

Robbie Fraser, Executive Sports Editor | May 24, 2018

Déjà vu. It’s supposed to be a fleeting feeling, something that catches your drifting mind for a mere moment in time. Not on October 28, 2017. I experienced déjà vu for 80 intense, amazing, horrible...

Continue Reading
View All
Nonprofit provides students with dresses

Katie Fitzpatrick and Olga Archakov, Executive Lifestyle Editor and Editor-at-Large | May 24, 2018

Because of her wheelchair, she had never been able to have a formal dress before. A personal shopper at the Glass Slipper Project helped her pick a prom dress, and the alterations department fixed it to...

Continue Reading
We review your strangest food combinations

Suzanna Creasey and Ellie Prober, Lifestyle Editors | May 24, 2018

Continue Reading
View All
Division I Athletes

May 24, 2018

Continue Reading
Year By The Numbers

May 24, 2018

Continue Reading
View All
The official site of the Glenbrook North High School student-run newspaper.
The official site of the Glenbrook North High School student-run newspaper.