Knight Life

Members of the yearbook staff attended the 2018 MIPA competition and did very well. Here some of the yearbook staff pose with their advisor, Brianna English. Photo Credit / Sofie Nehlsen

Loy Norrix Yearbook Staff Receives Recognition at Michigan Competition

Grace Marshall May 30, 2018

  A large hall in the Lansing Center is filled with a sea of students. The room has many dividers that allow it to break into many smaller rooms, but on this day, each divider is pushed into the...

The 2017-18 Knight Life team went to the MIPA Competition and recieved a bronze ranking for the website, and gold for the print edition. Here the student journalists pose for a group photo with their advisor outside the Lansing Center.  Photo Credit / Sofie Nehlsen

Loy Norrix Knight Life Happy to be Recognized at State-wide Competition

Grace Marshall May 30, 2018

  The sounds of maracas, noise makers, and the excited shouts of students emanate from a large room in the Lansing Center in East Lansing, Michigan. Inside the room, journalism students and their...

Junior Acacia Harper works on transcribing her letter onto American flag paper, provided by Ms. May. Harper planned to write asking for a limit on ammunition and a higher age limit for purchasing guns. Photo Credit / Grace Marshall

Students Write to Representatives Calling for Change in Gun Control Legislation

Grace Marshall March 22, 2018

If you had stepped into Sarah Leineke’s classroom, located in the B-wing of Loy Norrix on Friday, March 2, you would have seen somewhere around 15 students sitting with laptops, paper and pens, writing...

Jemison set the tone of the press conference by making a few jokes before diving into important topics like how she has gotten children involved in science. Photo Credit / Christian Baker

First African American Female Astronaut Visits Kalamazoo

Grace Marshall May 9, 2017

  “I wanted to be involved because just like every little kid, I’ve looked at the stars and wondered what they were and I felt that I had a right to be there and that I could make really great...

Millions March Worldwide for Women

Millions March Worldwide for Women

Grace Marshall February 16, 2017

It started small—a retired attorney floated an idea on her personal facebook page: what if a group of women got together and marched in Washington around Inauguration Day? Her friends helped her create...

Letter To The Editor

Letter To The Editor

Grace Marshall February 14, 2017

Dear Nora and Grace, I love the articles that you have on both the print and website, but there is a concern I have. EVERYTHING is so serious, so my suggestion for you would be to put some fun articles...

To answer Sophia Boismier’s question about the differences between T.V. and theater, Gibbs pretends to break up with Boismier two different ways, like he would on stage, and in front of a camera. Photo Credit / Grace Marshall

The Book of Mormon's Gabe Gibbs visits Loy Norrix Drama Students

Grace Marshall December 1, 2016

In a recent review in Loy Norrix Knight Life, Rachel Zook called the Broadway musical, “The Book of Mormon,” “shocking, offensive, and wonderful.” On Friday, October 21st the Loy Norrix drama students...

Loy Norrix Protests State School Conditions and Standardized Tests

Loy Norrix Protests State School Conditions and Standardized Tests

Grace Marshall October 27, 2016

Bleary eyed high schoolers trudge through a crowd gathered in front of the main entrance to Loy Norrix. As the dark sky lightened, the air was filled with chanting. One voice calling out, “More time...

Letters to the Editor, in Response to Issue 5

Grace Marshall June 14, 2016

Letters to the Editor Publication Policy: If you have an opinion about an article in our paper or something we’ve said, write to us! Your letter to the editor must be 250 words or less and must contain...

Senate Bill 848 to Give Michigan Student Journalists More Freedom From Censorship

Senate Bill 848 to Give Michigan Student Journalists More Freedom From Censorship

Grace Marshall June 3, 2016

When Mary Beth Tinker was 13 years old, she and a group of students from her school decided to wear black armbands to school to protest the Vietnam War. When the school board got wind of the students’...

Letters to the Editor

Grace Marshall May 10, 2016

Letters to the Editor Publication Policy: If you have an opinion about an article in our paper or something we’ve said, write to us! Your letter to the editor must be 250 words or less and must contain...

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