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Knight Life

The Voice of the Loy Norrix Community

Knight Life

The Voice of the Loy Norrix Community

Knight Life

Farmers Alley Theatre bites the blade to the best of their ability with “The Revolutionists”

Farmers Alley Theatre bites the blade to the best of their ability with “The Revolutionists”

Elliot Russell, Editor-in-Chief April 20, 2022

“The Revolutionists,” written for the stage by Lauren Gunderson, is a four-woman play set in 1793 during the Reign of Terror, the infamously bloody phase of the French Revolution when execution by...

Loy Norrix Theatre department announces cast for And Then There Were None

Loy Norrix Theatre department announces cast for “And Then There Were None”

James Hauke, Multimedia Editor March 18, 2022

As the third trimester signals the nearing end of the school year, for some Loy Norrix students this also marks the start of their last high school theatre production of the year. The Loy Norrix Theatre...

In the trophy case outside drama teacher Dan Laffertys classroom sits the first place Spartan Invitational award.  Its a tall one, with three shiny green pillars meeting at the top with a silver star.

Seniors win first place in Michigan State Forensics Invitational

Josephine Velo, Assistant Multimedia Editor/Knights Speak Team March 9, 2022

The Loy Norrix trophy cases are loaded, but soon another will be added following the Forensic team’s win on the Saturday of Feb. 19. Loy Norrix seniors Liam Braun and Elias Nagel-Bennett competed...

And Then There Were None was made by prolific British author Agatha Christie. She wrote a total of 66 crime thrillers, and often oversaw their stage scripts.

LN drama department announces spring play, “And Then There Were None”

Elias Nagel-Bennett, Copy Editor March 8, 2022

  As the musical “Something Rotten” has been wrapped up for almost a month, many have been waiting with baited breath to see what non-musical play production Loy Norrix drama teacher, Dan Lafferty,...

The Lifespan of a Fact poses for a promotional photo. Laurie Carter Rose (left) looks over shamefully at the nervous Myles Schwarz (middle) and the annoyed Paul Stroili (right).

What Happened There: “The Lifespan of a Fact” highlights the important division between fact and fiction

James Hauke, Multimedia Editor February 25, 2022

It was a gloomy yet bitterly cold evening on February 18, with downtown Kalamazoo having recently healed from a snow storm earlier that day: this was the time and place in which I went and saw “The Lifespan...

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