The official site of the Torch, the student-run newspaper at Glenbrook North High School.

Torch

The official site of the Torch, the student-run newspaper at Glenbrook North High School.

Torch

The official site of the Torch, the student-run newspaper at Glenbrook North High School.

Torch

New health center to open for students
Euben Ko, Opinions Editor • November 5, 2022
Students chat near the newly installed electronic lockers by the Visitor Center. The electronic lockers are going to replace the cart holding items inside the Visitor Center to be a more secure and convenient system for students retrieving their items. Photo by Noah Kaufman
Electronic lockers increase security
Kaylie Adelman, Executive Lifestyle Editor • November 5, 2022
Torch earns All-American recognition
Nora Skiest, News Editor • November 5, 2022
Graphic by Kate Leverenz
Today's forecast: college admissions
November 5, 2022
When students leave trash in the bathrooms, they make the bathroom experience worse for their peers and make cleanup harder for the maintenance staff. Students should respect the bathrooms, clean up after themselves and think about whether their actions would be acceptable at home. Graphic by Jaden Cho
Bathrooms: to use, not abuse
Nora Skiest, News Editor • November 5, 2022
Banning books suppresses awareness of societal issues. The Editorial Board thanks the Glenbrook North Library and the Northbrook Public Library for promoting the freedom to read. 
Graphic by Kaitlyn Lu
Editorial: Reading into your actions
November 5, 2022
The patriarchy hiding behind gossip
Ellie Erlich and Faith Sharpe November 5, 2022
Must-know gossip stats
Emma Hirsch, Executive Features Editor • November 5, 2022
Exploring the elements of gossip
Emma Hirsch, Executive Features Editor • November 5, 2022
Junior mines prime numbers, strikes gold
Avery Copeland, News Editor • November 5, 2022
Viewing photos from their travel blog, freshman Mark TenEick (left) and sophomore Conrad TenEick reminisce on their time sailing. The family sailed to over 400 locations, including Australia, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Thailand, Maldives and Panama. Photo by Kate Leverenz.
Back from a decade at sea
Kate Leverenz and Klara Walny November 5, 2022
In the backyard of Providence Farm, there is a barn where a goat and three dogs reside. Providence Farm is an extended care community where volunteers have the opportunity to work with the animals on the farm and help out in the garden.
Sober home lends local support
Chase Goldstein, Executive Opinions Editor • October 1, 2022
Exposing day-to-day dangers
Maddie Farbman, News Editor • November 5, 2022
Books that are banned in certain parts of the country are displayed for purchase at Barnes & Noble in Deerfield. At the Glenbrook North Library and the Northbrook Public Library, readers have access to books that are banned in other communities. Photo by Chase Goldstein
Banned books silence speech
Chase Goldstein, Executive Opinions Editor • November 5, 2022
Weighing effects of backpacks
Abby Shapiro, Lifestyle Editor • November 5, 2022
Girls volleyball
Karsten Konstant, Sports Editor • November 5, 2022
Sophomore Kacie Moon takes a practice putt to prepare for her birdie putt on the green of The Glen Club’s second hole. Moon shot a 73 at the Prep Showcase Tournament at Hickory Point on Aug. 12, her second lowest score of the season. Photo by Maddie Grabowski
Girls golf makes history
Chris Andreou, Sports Editor • November 5, 2022
Boys soccer
Jada Glazebrook, Sports Editor • November 5, 2022
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