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Why You Should Care about Net Neutrality

by Ben Dunham

Ben Dunham

May 27, 2014

If you've paid any attention to the news in the past few months, you have probably noticed that the campaign for a "free and open Internet" has been all over the place. One of the biggest components of a free Internet is the principle of net neutrality, which is another word that has gone viral over the last few...

Video: 2014 Winterfest Slideshow

Video: 2014 Winterfest Slideshow

Ben Dunham

March 19, 2014

Click on the photo to see the slideshow On February, 21st 2014, Loy Norrix hosted Harper Creek for their Winterfest and Senior night. The girls varsity ended 31-27 losing to Harper Creek. The boys varsity lost 66-63 within the last 30 seconds of the game. The dance following the games was from 9-11. If you were...

Knights Speak: Best of 2013

Knights Speak: Best of 2013

Ben Dunham

January 23, 2014

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Typhoon Haiyan Devastates the Philippines

by Ben Dunham

Ben Dunham

November 13, 2013

It’s happened once again.  Just like hurricane Katrina, the earthquake in Japan, or superstorm Sandy, a natural disaster has reared its ugly head and uprooted the lives of thousands of people. This time, it is a typhoon named Haiyan that came thundering in on the coast of the Philippines, leaving up...

Knights Speak: Should College Athletes Be Paid?

Knights Speak: Should College Athletes Be Paid?

Ben Dunham

November 5, 2013

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Loy Norrix Represented Well in the Civic Theatre’s “Les Miserables”

Loy Norrix Represented Well in the Civic Theatre’s

Ben Dunham

October 22, 2013

Although you may think that there is great drama in the hallways of Loy Norrix, the REAL drama around here happens on stage, either in Kasdorf Auditorium or at the Civic Theatre. There is not another atmosphere quite like that of a musical, and the Civic Theatre’s production of the historic French nov...

Closed for Business: The 5 W’s of a Government Shutdown

Ben Dunham

October 4, 2013

If you have paid any attention to the news lately, you’ve probably figured out that, like any other time of the year, something is going wrong in Washington, D.C. Depending on where you figured this out, the blame could be placed on Democrats, Republicans, the President, or any combination of the three...

Guest Article: Student Turns Her Life Around For The Better

Guest Article: Student Turns Her Life Around For The Better

Ben Dunham

June 11, 2013

by Shelby Rife When you think back to your time in middle school, typically they are embarrassing and there are many regrets. It was like this for Jessica Rodriguez, a junior at Loy Norrix High School. Her journey from the dreadful years of middle school has been very eventful and she has turned her l...

Guest Article: Student Shocked by Ferris State Upset

Guest Article: Student Shocked by Ferris State Upset

Ben Dunham

June 11, 2013

Ferris Wins!  Ferris Wins! These are two words Erik Eichhorn didn’t think he would be saying after the game. On that cold Friday night Eichhorn was wearing his favorite Ferris State hoodie. He was watching his favorite player Eric Alexander warm up, hoping that he would have the game of his life and lead the Bulldogs t...

Guest Article: Social Anxiety and Depression In Schools

by Michelle Marotz

Ben Dunham

June 11, 2013

by Michelle Marotz “We will be working in groups of 3 to 4 today.” You sigh and look down at the floor. Your hands become clammy and your muscles tense, you feel your heart begin to beat faster as the seconds go by. Seconds begin to feel like minutes, and minutes begin to feel like hours. You look ar...

Guest Article: Students Feel No Need for an I.D.

Guest Article: Students Feel No Need for an I.D.

Ben Dunham

June 10, 2013

  I am with the students on this one. Why are we required to wear an I.D once inside the building, with security around? A lot of students get in trouble all the time for it, including me, because they don’t feel the need. It’s just another hassle for security and teachers to deal with. T...

Guest Article: Young Ballerina Dances for her Dreams

Guest Article: Young Ballerina Dances for her Dreams

Ben Dunham

June 10, 2013

by Jessica Rodriguez Imagine dancing six days a week. Being on your toes for hours as you feel the blisters burning through your skin. Yet none of this stops the enjoyment and excitement Shelby Rife gets from dancing. Rife is a typical girl with typical dreams of becoming a kindergarten or a Spanish teacher...

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