Knight Life

America's arsenal

America’s arsenal

Dajanique McPherson, Guest Artist February 28, 2020

Make America Great Again

Make America Great Again

Hank Perkins, Guest Artist February 16, 2020

President Donald Trump holds up a copy of The Washington Post headlined with Trumps acquittal. President Trump was acquitted on February 5, 2020.

Donald Trump acquitted by the Senate

Lily Stickley, Feature Editor February 12, 2020

On February 5, 2020, the senate voted to acquit President Donald Trump in the impeachment trial. A vote to acquit means the Senate believes he is not guilty. While President Trump was impeached in the...

Satellite image of the strike zone on America's Al Asad air base. Iran claimed more than a dozen missiles were fired.

United States assassinates top Irani military official 

Claire Goodwin-Kelly, Sports Editor February 6, 2020

At the beginning of January, social media exploded with news stories, videos, and memes in response to the January 3rd airstrike in Iraq that killed one of Iran’s top military officials. As republicans...

Fighting Climate Change

Fighting Climate Change

June 21, 2019

By Claire Knudsen In Elsevier SciTech Connect Caitlin Beddows states that, “an estimated one million birds, 100,000 turtles, and countless other sea animals die each year from pollution and digesting...

The tower of Loy Norrix High School.

President Trump Proposes Cuts to the Education Budget

Brandon Schnurr, Web Editor April 28, 2019

With each passing year, the fiscal budget for the federal government, or the amount of money the government plans to spend in a year, is adjusted by the president of the United States in order to better...

Mainstream Media Has Become Too Politically Extreme

Mainstream Media Has Become Too Politically Extreme

Brandon Schnurr, Web Editor February 8, 2019

The media, often referred to as the “watchdog of democracy,” is a major part of citizens’ lives, responsible for informing the masses and protecting our rights through free speech and freedom of...

Adopting a Year-Long Sibling: A Loy Norrix Student’s Experience with the Foreign Exchange Program

Adopting a Year-Long Sibling: A Loy Norrix Student’s Experience with the Foreign Exchange Program

December 11, 2018

By Eva Bugnaski Jeanie Gould-McElhone and her parents waited at the airport with visible excitement. Bill McElhone and Leona Gould stood in front of both gate exits, unsure of which Paula, their foreign...

Paula speaking to her friend during A lunch.

Foreign Exchange Student Adjusts to American Culture

Esperanza Fraga December 5, 2018

After a nine hour plane ride from Madrid, Spain to an airport in Chicago, Paula Montoro was just about to board another plane to Kalamazoo when she was greeted by her host family with three balloons....

Student Crosses Cultures and Holds On to a Passion

Student Crosses Cultures and Holds On to a Passion

May 8, 2017

By Andrew DeHaan For many students, the process of moving away a few hours for college is quite frightening. In fact, 70 percent of students feel homesick in their first few weeks away according to a...

Volume 57, Issue 2

Volume 57, Issue 2

January 10, 2017


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