Comparing Generation Z: Two halves of a Divided Generation

  As I’m seating a married couple and their 2 year old at a restaurant I work at, I ask “Would your son like a coloring sheet?”  The mom replies, “Yes please.” When they are seated, they set their 2 year old son up in his high chair, and I put his coloring sheet in front of him and some menus and silverware on the … Continue reading Comparing Generation Z: Two halves of a Divided Generation

Coach Farmer Brings Students Joy

Dear Sports Editor, I like the article about the football team. The talk about Coach Farmer and how he brought guidance to the football team. The football team has improved so much this year, and the part about how Farmer brought something the team lacked for years I think is true. The team not only got better, I think people came closer and the team’s … Continue reading Coach Farmer Brings Students Joy

Diverse Section of Letters to the Editor

Dear Editor, I read “An Insight Into Loy Norrix Stage Crew” and I thought it was a good way to see the help that is needed, while also giving the reader a closer look at the audience doesn’t seen on stage. I don’t think the people behind the curtains get enough credit for what they do. This was  a great way to show some appreciation … Continue reading Diverse Section of Letters to the Editor

Lack of Focus in School: Holiday Edition

As the seasons change, mindsets change too. Summer has officially passed, and the chilly winter days are approaching. However, even though some people may not be looking forward to this drastic weather change, they still manage to gain holiday spirit and are ready to celebrate and spend time with loved ones. Time usually seems to go by a bit slower than usual. Many students simply … Continue reading Lack of Focus in School: Holiday Edition

Students Connect Mental Health to Music

Dear Editor, I enjoyed the article “Music and How it affects People While Studying.” I feel that music is an excellent study tool. I also feel blaming violent music to violence is ridiculous as blaming cereal. Correlation doesn’t mean causation. Will Briggs, senior Dear Editor, I like how in the article “Rap Music Would Help Us Better Understand Mental Health” talks about the lyrics behind … Continue reading Students Connect Mental Health to Music

Students Want More Coverage

Dear Editor, I read “Renovations leave Loy norrix with a fresher and cleaner look.” It was pretty interesting learning about how the new windows/blinds were helpful to learning environment. I didn’t read all of the other articles, but the other ones I did read were very nicely put into action. One of my favorites was the one about classical music and asking students how they … Continue reading Students Want More Coverage

Students’ Senior Photos

With the beginning of the second trimester underway, the senior class of Loy Norrix is almost halfway through their final year. While the school does take photos for the entire student body for the yearbook, many seniors choose to get professional pictures of themselves taken. These are four of those students. Senior Alli Mitchell Senior Alli Mitchell had her senior pictures taken by Andy Kreiger, … Continue reading Students’ Senior Photos

Fine Tuning the Fine Arts: Blue Lake Challenges Artistic Students

Every summer, kids get to relax and take some time off from all the stress and hard work that they’ve been doing since the beginning of September. Some kids stay home all summer, others go to the beach often and some go to vacation spots across the country. Then there are those who go to summer camps like Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp. Blue Lake … Continue reading Fine Tuning the Fine Arts: Blue Lake Challenges Artistic Students

Dedicated Fall Sports Players Face Injuries

Three Loy Norrix High School students have faced and overcome minor injuries that have affected their fall sports seasons. Although the injuries were detrimental to their playing for a period of time, the student’s recovered from their injuries with minor long-lasting effects. Stoken Strained In Game Senior Hunter Stoken plays wide receiver on the Loy Norrix Varsity football team. He has dealt with a strained … Continue reading Dedicated Fall Sports Players Face Injuries

Loy Norrix Conservative: The Dying Breed

Do you remember the society where a conservative’s opinion was allowed and not written off as racist or sexist? Neither do I. We have now become a society of sheeple, or blind followers, who choose to believe stories that fit our narratives are more important than actual facts. We tell the part of the stories that help further our agenda, leaving the true character of … Continue reading Loy Norrix Conservative: The Dying Breed