Loy Norrix students attend journalism conference

By Polina Naumova Three hours to Lansing and back, and not just for the food. Journalism and yearbook students went to the MIPA (Michigan Interscholastic Press Association) journalism conference in Lansing to learn how to improve the Loy Norrix publication, Knight Life. The award winning newspaper, Knight Life, received praise from the critics. “Our critic said that we did an incredible job with the variety … Continue reading Loy Norrix students attend journalism conference

Loy Norrix hosts homecoming festivities

By Karylle Hillard October 15, 2010 was a day full of homecoming festivities. Loy Norrix High School celebrated their homecoming by having dress-up week, a pep-rally, a parade, a football game and a dance to end the night. The dress-up days for homecoming were: Monday mix-match day, Tuesday neon day, Wednesday jersey day, Thursday retro day, and Friday spirit day.  Dressing up for these days … Continue reading Loy Norrix hosts homecoming festivities

Junior varsity soccer team wipes the field at the Super Saturday Invitational

By Lucas Leibold High school sports are usually judged by the success of their varsity team. However, not to be overlooked is our junior varsity soccer team, whose overall record is 12-2-1 so far this season.  The Loy Norrix junior varsity won first place in their home invitational on Saturday, October 9th. The JV team played Kalamazoo Home School’s varsity team and Vicksburg’s junior varsity, … Continue reading Junior varsity soccer team wipes the field at the Super Saturday Invitational

Women’s varsity volleyball takes first in the Super Saturday Invitational

By Karylle Hillard “No touch! No touch!” yelled the Loy Norrix girls varsity volleyball team as the score was close with the game coming to an end. The referees had to debate about a ball that was possibly touched before going out.  This call would determine if the girls got their serve back and be able to win against Kalamazoo Central in the Loy Norrix … Continue reading Women’s varsity volleyball takes first in the Super Saturday Invitational

Having 500 million friends doesn’t always mean you are “liked”

By Jocelyn Jensen Facebook me. In February of 2004, a social network breakthrough occurred: The Facebook. Within the next year, “The” was dropped and Facebook made its debut. That does not mean that there weren’t some struggles along the way. Two of these struggles developed into lawsuits at the same time to be exact. The movie “The Social Network” is Mark Zuckerberg’s story about the struggles … Continue reading Having 500 million friends doesn’t always mean you are “liked”

Kalamazoo Central students had a big surprise

By DeChelle Jones June 7, 2010 was a night to remember for Kalamazoo Central High School students, staff, as well as Kalamazoo residents. When it became time for the Kalamazoo Central commencement ceremony the University Arena at Western Michigan University was packed with approximately eight thousand people. There were thousands of people seated to see President Obama along with the Kalamazoo Central class of 2010. … Continue reading Kalamazoo Central students had a big surprise

Bringin’ back Renaissance

By Hunter Lee Since the day the first coin was created, people have taken huge steps for payment, most of them with the understanding that with hard work comes reward. It is very remarkable for a high school to recognize students for raising their grades and working hard in school. Thanks to the Renaissance program, Loy Norrix students aren’t only recognized for their work but … Continue reading Bringin’ back Renaissance

There is a murderer lurking in the Loy Norrix Drama Department

Lights, camera . . . BLOOD! The Loy Norrix Drama Department is in full-on theater mode. The fall play entitled “The Death of a Doornail” is an interactive murder mystery. The first day of auditions was on Monday, September 20 followed by callbacks on Tuesday, September 21. The cast will consist of 13 Loy Norrix students who will embody characters caught in the middle of a murder … Continue reading There is a murderer lurking in the Loy Norrix Drama Department