Knight Life

Kalamazoo United Hockey Team Celebrates a Successful Season

Kalamazoo United Hockey Team Celebrates a Successful Season

Bill Bowser

April 24, 2017

The smell of ice, mixed with sweat, colored under the glare of fluorescent lights, a scene any hockey player knows all too well, especially a Kalamazoo United (KU) hockey player. Since its founding in 2000, KU hockey has been primarily associated with its negative records and continuous losing seasons...

Recap Of The 2016/2017 Loy Norrix Winter Sports Season

Senior Takary Dreams stands at the free-throw line during the basketball game against Kalamazoo Central on Friday, January 20th. Dreams is a former Giant and faced old teammates during the latest matchup of the rival schools. Photo Credit / Michaela Whalen

Maxwell Link

March 29, 2017

Bowling Team “We had a great season. We had a lot of fun. We worked hard and I think we proved we worked hard at the end when we won the conference,” said junior Trevor Morgan, captain of the bowling team.   The bowling team was very successful this year. They won the conference for the first time the school’s histor...

Kalamazoo Celebrates College GameDay

Kalamazoo Celebrates College GameDay

Griffin Conley

December 9, 2016

Kalamazoo is finally getting some positive recognition. ESPN’s pre-game broadcast, College GameDay, for any college football fan, is a big deal. The analysts talk about the games of the weekend, the stories from around college football and spend a great deal of time discussing the matchup they have decided ...

Take a Look at a Few of the Groups of Loy Norrix High School

Left to Right: Freshman Addy Alexopoulos, sophomores Karis Clark, Will Keller, and Joel Nicolow.

Sidney Richardson

December 9, 2016

Loy Norrix High School is a diverse place with a variety of looks and personalities. We collectively enjoy a rivalry with Kalamazoo Central, but the things students like, however, differ greatly. Oftentimes, groups of teenagers develop similar interests.  In a school where those interests are diverse, s...

The Broncos are Cotton Bowl Bound

The Broncos are Cotton Bowl Bound

Sidney Richardson

December 8, 2016

And the Cinderella story continues: the Western Michigan University Broncos are headed to the Cotton Bowl. In a feat that could only be described as remarkable, the Broncos finished off their season with a perfect 13-0 record after beating the Ohio Bobcats 29-23 in the Mid-American Conference Champio...

The Anatomy of a Congressional Campaign

The Anatomy of a Congressional Campaign

Nora Hilgart-Griff

December 8, 2016

I’ve spent the last few months as an intern for the Paul Clements for Congress campaign. Paul was the Democrat running in southwest Michigan against our current representative Fred Upton, on a platform endorsed by Bernie Sanders and the nonprofit organization OurRevolution. I learned a lot about m...

"Moana": a New Age Princess Breaks the Mold

"Moana": a New Age Princess Breaks the Mold

Maggie Lager

December 8, 2016

Disney has truly outdone themselves with their latest animated film. A princess story like no other, “Moana” is a film that speaks to the heart and soul of everyone and anyone, regardless of age or gender. The film follows young Polynesian princess, Moana (voiced by Auli’i Cravalho), on a quest...

Ferocious Dogs or Tail Wagging Puppies? Pit Bull Terriers Are Not the Aggressive Dogs Many People Believe Them to Be

Ferocious Dogs or Tail Wagging Puppies? Pit Bull Terriers Are Not the Aggressive Dogs Many People Believe Them to Be

Morgan McCue

December 6, 2016

A Pit Bull Terrier is running towards you at full speed with teeth showing and barking loudly. You start backing away to avoid the onslaught, your brain flowing with adrenaline knowing that the dog is coming to attack. The Pit Bull jumps and lands on you as you sit down and laugh. Your two year old pe...

New Knights Make a Giant Switch

New Knights Make a Giant Switch

BKeon Foster II

December 4, 2016

The Loy Norrix vs. Kalamazoo Central rivalry has always been a big deal, no matter the sport. If the two schools are playing each other, there will be a lot of people in attendance ready to support their side of town. Once you're enrolled in either school, it's unlikely you’ll make the decision of...

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

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

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 were visited by special guest, Gabe Gibbs. Gibbs is currently playing Elder Price in the sec...

Let's not Brutalize the Police for the Actions of the Few

Let's not Brutalize the Police for the Actions of the Few

Sidney Richardson

November 9, 2016

Being a police officer nowadays is hardly a dream for today's youth, as the occupation receives more and more hate. Stop for a second and think of what it has to be like for the cops that don't brutalize citizens because that is the vast majority of  United States police officers. Protests that d...

Volume 57, Issue 1

Volume 57, Issue 1

November 8, 2016

Click on the front page to view Issue 1 of Knight Life 2016-2017....

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