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

During her radio show on March 10, sophomore Katelyn Plasky (right) hosts freshman Amalya Walny as a guest. Radio students have prepared for WGBK Radiothon, which is scheduled to take place on April 22. Photo by Alex Garibashvily.
Radio students to host 10-hour radiothon
Euben Ko, Micah Shulman, Staff Writers • April 9, 2022
Rehearsing for Shrek, senior Kyle MacDonald (right) and Glenbrook South senior Alicia Penepacker practice blocking. The musical is scheduled to open April 28. Photo by Claire Satkiewicz.
Behind the scenes of 'Shrek'
Avery Copeland, Staff Writer • April 9, 2022
Only students with COVID-19 allowed to Zoom
Maddie Farbman, Klara Walny, Staff Writers • April 9, 2022
Receiving pink slips during class can be invasive to students. Two potential solutions include making a single-colored slip for all situations and placing slips in envelopes. Graphic by Alyssa Sanchez
Editorial: The pitfalls of the pink slip
April 9, 2022
Graphic by Alex Garibashvily
People's lives are no laughing matter
April 9, 2022
The hypocritical culture created between genders puts girls down no matter what their interests are. It is everyones responsability to end the constant scrutiny of the women around them. Let girls exist. Graphic by Baeyoung Yoo
The ridicule of the teenage girl
Sari Goldberg, Copy Editor • April 9, 2022
Going retro
Going retro
Marissa Fernandez, Dani Gichner, Rana Khan, and Abby Shapiro April 9, 2022
Looking behind the milk label
Alexa Stolyarov and Chase Goldstein February 18, 2022
Food for thought
Food for thought
February 18, 2022
In one of the baking and pastries class, sophomore Max Wadhwa places a fresh cranberry biscotti dipped in milk chocolate and drizzled in white chocolate on his plate. Wadhwa spends almost every day in the culinary room, either training for culinary competitions or in culinary class focusing on plating techniques.
Student whips up competition
Kaylie Adelman, Staff Writer • April 9, 2022
In a duet practice, freshman Emma Kattookaran (left) practices Bollywood dancing. Kattookaran, a member of Nazaare North, was practicing for her upcoming performance at Soorya Dance, an Indian dance and music school.
Dance group displays Indian culture
Claire Satkiewicz and Lexi Tarter April 9, 2022
Kids 4 the Cure remodeling the future
Alyssa Sanchez, Staff Writer • February 18, 2022
During senior Foster Seifert’s art class, he draws a still life picture. In the fall, the artwork of recent graduates is selected for the collection of pieces displayed around the school. Photo by Claire Satkiewicz
Alumni leave behind legacy on the walls
Faith Sharpe, Staff Writer • April 9, 2022
When devices are connected to the school Wi-Fi, their internet activity can be monitored. Activity on both Chromebooks and personal devices can be tracked. Graphic by Alex Garibashvily
Device activity tracked through Wi-Fi
Ellie Erlich and Nora Skiest April 9, 2022
A guide to major streaming services
A guide to major streaming services
James Lee, Lifestyle Editor • February 18, 2022
On the parallel bars, junior Kian Sullivan competes in a meet at Niles West on March 12. Sullivan scored an 8.8, placing third.
Gymnast battles through injury
Jada Glazebrook, Staff Writer • April 9, 2022
Senior Ann Slivken reaches for a hold as she climbs a ropes wall. Climbers work on movement skills, grip strength and endurance.
Getting a grip on competitive rock climbing
Emma Hirsch, Staff Writer • April 9, 2022
Senior Eva Sadowski competes in a hurdles relay at the Spartan Relays meet on April 1. Her team placed third in the first outdoor meet of the season. Photo by Kate Leverenz
Girls track builds up during indoor season
Chase Goldstein and Karsten Konstant April 9, 2022
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