Teacher Walkout Recap

By Jackson Cropper With April rolling around once again, it marks the one year anniversary of the 2018 Oklahoma Teacher Walkout in which teachers all throughout the state stepped out of their overfilled classrooms to urge the state’s legislature to fund public education in a fair and just […]

State Champ Wrestler

By Emily Polsten Wrestling: a sport where people without pants fight over a belt. Drake Vannoy, one of our very own Jenks High School wrestlers is the back to back champion at the state tournament a few weeks ago. At the time of publication, he is currently on […]

The Future of Physics

By Jackson Lee At first, it may seem like any other room in the Math and Science building. The desks neatly arranged into 3 long rows, all facing towards the whiteboard on the opposite side of the room. Textbooks and various other assortments of physics related items are […]

Meet the Meat (and egg) Men!

By Camille Jones and Lily Heritage Hundreds of animals squeezed inside a small enclosure, daylight escapes them. The smell of feces so overwhelming that there isn’t anything else to focus on. Animals groan and squeal at the conditions. If you’re in Workun’s AP Lang class, you may have […]

March Art and Writing

Compiled by Charlotte Suttee Thank you to everyone who submitted to March Torch Art and Writing. Submit your work to jhstrojantorch@gmail.com by the end of April to be featured in the next issue. More guidelines found on Torch Art and Writing. “always me” by Jill Spero (12) one […]