Knight Life

Loy Norrix students, Tayvon Davis and Jeremiah Nelson, board the bus at the 2:45 stop to head home. With the new Metro policy the students will no longer be allowed to ride for free between 2 to 4 p.m.

A policy change for the Youth Mobility passes

Lily Stickley, Feature Editor January 6, 2020

For the 2019-2020 school year, the Kalamazoo Public School high school students have been given a bus pass for the Kalamazoo Metro Transit, as a partnership with the Kalamazoo Youth Mobility Program. The...

Taking My Life Into My Own Hands: Having the Option to Wear a Seatbelt

Taking My Life Into My Own Hands: Having the Option to Wear a Seatbelt

June 18, 2019

By Gigi Fox Having my mom and my sister tell me to put my seatbelt on was always a hassle. The scratchy polyester seat belt digging into my neck is always an unwanted burden. As children, we do as our...

Junior Deangelo Sanders walking to his bus with a grin at the end of the day. Sanders walks down past the gym to catch his bus. Photo Credit / Jonnie Palone

Transportation at Loy Norrix Affects Student Life

Jonnie Palone November 29, 2016

The first day with your own car and license opens a whole new world of freedom and opportunity to do what you want when you want.   Having a car gives students the independence and freedom to work around...

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