Knight Life

Heavier Enforcement on Dress Code Causes Disturbances

aubreyrb

May 31, 2012

By April Curtis Currently Loy Norrix has been facing some stricter enforcement on the dress code. The dress code has not changed, but the security have been forcing stronger punishments on dress code violations. This has caused many complaints from the students. “How do they expect people to follow...

Forensics Team Finishes Strong at State

aubreyrb

May 21, 2012

By Aubrey Butts The Loy Norrix forensics team has had a tremendous season, wrapping up with a strong finish at the State Championships. The team has several strong members, including first timer and State qualifier, junior Nils Miron. "It was pretty awesome," Miron said of qualifying for the State...

Autism Awareness Continues to Blossom

Autism Awareness Continues to Blossom

aubreyrb

April 29, 2012

By Aubrey Butts   April is Autism awareness month. The Kalamazoo/Battle Creek Autism Society hosted the Walk About Talk About Autism walk on April 21st at 9:30 a.m., which started at Celery Flats in Portage. Families and individuals arrived to raise awareness on this communication disorder. Au...

The First Annual Decision Day

aubreyrb

April 27, 2012

By April Curtis Tuesday, May 1, is the first annual Decision Day at Loy Norrix High School. Most colleges nationally know May 1 as Decision Day. This is the day you inform your college of choice that you are planning on attending their school in the fall. You must also pay for the deposit fee to hold...

Forensics Team to Hold “Forensics Knight”

aubreyrb

April 25, 2012

Ever wonder what those crazy Forensics kids do at five thirty in the morning on a Saturday? Don't worry, it doesn't have to do with science or the legal system (well, at least not in the way you might suspect....) Forensics is competitive speech and debate. The Loy Norrix forensics team has had tremendous...

Racial backlash against “The Hunger Games” film uncalled for

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aubreyrb

April 16, 2012

By Regina Love Among the praises for the recent release of the first movie in The Hunger Games trilogy there has been a lot of negativity. Millions of readers anticipated the release of the adaptation of the book, but what most people didn’t see coming was the racial backlash going around on the web because of ...

Santorum Hopeful for Illinois Primaries

Santorum Hopeful for Illinois Primaries

aubreyrb

March 19, 2012

Tomorrow, Illinois will hold its Republican presidential primary. Four delegates are in the race for Republican candidacy, former governor of Massachusetts Mitt Romney, former senator of Pennsylvania Rick Santorum, former representative of the congressional district and speaker of the house for Georgia Newt Gingrich, and former representative for Texas Ron Paul. ...

Knights Basketball Wins SMAC East Title

Bishop Robinson takes a freethrow during the SMAC East title game. The Knights hit some key freethrows down the stretch that sealed the victory. Photo by Daniela Paz.

aubreyrb

March 1, 2012

By Matt Streitel “It was like winning an NBA Championship,” said Tony Boykins. The Loy Norrix men’s varsity basketball team played in the SMAC East Conference title game on Friday versus the Gull Lake Blue Devils. It was an up and down game with Norrix down most of the game. Many fans and students were get...

Loy Norrix Boys’ Swim Team Prepares for Battle at Conference

Senior Brian Lindahl swims the breaststroke in warm up before a meet. This will be Lindahl's final conference of his high school career. He will also swim at the State meet. Photo by Kim Feenstra

aubreyrb

February 21, 2012

With less than two weeks left before the SMAC East Division Swimming and Diving Conference, the Loy Norrix boys swim team goes into taper. Taper is a commonly used swim term used to describe the time when athletes cut back on workouts to rest and refuel physically and prepare and prepare and focus mentally. A s...

2nd Annual Red Out Game Announced

aubreyrb

January 23, 2012

The National Honor Society, the Athletic Office and the Heart Association are joining forces for the 2nd annual Red Out. The Red Out game will be held Friday, February 24th at the varsity "Senior Night" basketball games vs Gull Lake. Help support the Heart Association by purchasing your red t-shirt...

You Are What You Treat

Seniors Kevin Bechtel and Karra Larkins talk between third block as Bechtel eats his lollipop. Photo by Aubrey Butts.

aubreyrb

November 1, 2011

By Aubrey Butts When I was seven, I remember spending a half an hour at the start of class taking personality quizzes. Maybe it was a way for us to learn more about our true selves, or maybe it was just because my second grade teacher needed just twenty more minutes to finish off his coffee. Regar...

Loy Norrix Men’s Soccer to play at Districts

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October 21, 2011

By Aubrey Butts The Loy Norrix Men's Soccer team beat Jackson last night with a 1-0 defeat in two overtimes. They are now headed into the District Championship, where there are 32 teams remaining. The next game is home Saturday at 6pm against Portage Northern.

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