Three JHS Musicians vs. One Pandemic: How They Utilized Their Musical Abilities in a Time of Change

Three JHS Musicians vs. One Pandemic: How They Utilized Their Musical Abilities in a Time of Change

By: Sophia Stunkard “My heart, which is so full to overflowing, has often been solaced and refreshed by music when sick and weary.” ― Martin Luther King Jr.  For three of Jenks High School’s very own musicians, their way of demonstrating and expressing their musical abilities have been completely altered due to the effects of [...]

December Art and Writing

December Art and Writing

Compiled by Charlotte Suttee Thank you to everyone who submitted to December Torch Art and Writing. Submit your work to jhstrojantorch@gmail.com by the end of January to be featured in the next issue. More guidelines found on Torch Art and Writing. Sorrowful Glare by Jasmine Oben (9)Materials: Pencil Collision by Hudson Mazzei (12)Materials: Spray paint Into [...]

Featuring: Creative Minds at Jenks

Featuring: Creative Minds at Jenks

BY Charlotte Suttee   The Artists “I like me some ink. I like the way it drip.”   That’s the voice of senior Jesse Holt describing his favorite artistic medium: ink. Jesse’s dark, dream-inspired “drip” drawings are so twistedly realistic they seem to breathe. “[Ink] is it’s own being. It’s alive… I’m not telling it [...]

The Experience at AHHA Tulsa: Step Into The Portal

The Experience at AHHA Tulsa: Step Into The Portal

BY Lily Heritage Have you ever wanted to journey into an alternate reality, with surreal sounds and neon flashing lights? Step into the portal at AHHA Tulsa, the new exhibit at the Hardesty Arts center. You might’ve already seen pictures of this otherworldly place, but believe me, there is so much more to see, touch, [...]