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Gender Identity: People Should Be Able To Identify How They Choose

Gender Identity: People Should Be Able To Identify How They Choose


December 3, 2014

A story on the Support All Students website that shows schools can choose to recognize its students as whatever gender the students want to identify with is the story of a 17-year-old transgender boy named Felix in Berkeley, California. Felix’s school allowed him to partake in activities that a lot ...

Loy Norrix Freshman Relates to Comic Book Characters, Good and Bad

Freshman Bela Coats focused on reading the comic book


December 2, 2014

  “If you can’t spend it, money’s just a lot of worthless paper isn't it?” -Batman. In this case, you can spend money. You can spend that money on comic books. Freshman Bela Coats likes comic books and has been reading them for the past two years. There are many different heroes that have...

Norrix Senior Inspires the Community with Accounts of Tragedy

Putney-Wilcox at a hotel waiting for her house to be ready for the family to return. She is happy to open up about her experience with domestic violence because she wants to cause a chain reaction of teenagers opening up about their experiences.
Photo Credit / Kyron Williams


November 4, 2014

“We accept the love we think we deserve.” -Stephen Chbosky 17-year-old, Loy Norrix senior Sophia Putney-Wilcox believes that “Nobody — even if you’re not the best person ever – nobody should have to deal with someone who’s putting their hands on them.” When Sophia and her ex-boyfriend...

Hits from the Billboard Charts and the Evolution of Music

The Loy Norrix Choir performs on stage singing songs that have been on the billboard charts.


October 16, 2014

Julie Pelligrino, the second-year choir teacher at Loy Norrix is directing the Cabaret Concert. This show is the first choir concert of the 2014-2015 school year, and has a “Hits from the Billboard charts” theme. The show features Billboard hits from the 1950s until now. The theme was originally going t...

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