Saying yes to sleep

Saying yes to sleep

April 22, 2015

Identity Crisis

Fatima Elshiekh

April 7, 2015

Filed under Opinion

About three Torch issues ago, my article Shoot Me, I’m Black was published. There, I spoke out about the situations that black people are put in, how they are treated, and the shootings that occur with absolutely no support ...

Considering the President’s war proposal

Naomi Hofferber

February 27, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Is the United States ready to declare war on ISIS? On Feb. 11, President Barack Obama proposed an authorization for the use of military force, or AUMF, to Congress in order to defeat the terrorist threat ISIS. This prompted...

A must-see movie: Whiplash

A must-see movie: Whiplash

Rowan Bergen, Writer

February 25, 2015

Filed under Arts and Culture, Opinion

What does Obama’s free community college proposal really mean?

Madi Beauchamp, Writer

February 18, 2015

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

These days it seems almost impossible to get a job to support yourself without having some type of higher education degree. So the fact that President Obama is pushing for two free years community college across the nation is...

Students speak up

Students speak up

January 30, 2015

Hungry for Change

Hungry for Change

Morgan Schwab

January 13, 2015

Filed under Health, Opinion

A Holiday Twist

A Holiday Twist

December 23, 2014

How the Torch covers controversy

How the Torch covers controversy

Maddy Crist, Editorial Editor

December 16, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Letter to the editor

December 12, 2014

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

In response to the opinion in the article “Shoot me, I’m black” Submitted by Charity Hansel, school resource officer at Kennedy. On Thanksgiving Day in the early dark hours, I was picking up traffic cones that had blown over. I then heard so...

Shoot me, I’m black

Fatima Elsheikh, Writer

December 12, 2014

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

It is evident that walking while black in America is a crime. Black lives don’t matter here, and they never have. Blood trickled from his body into the street as he laid there, face down, for hours. Hours, as an angry, heated crowd ...

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