Knight Life

Clubs that are running online during the pandemic

The E-sports team can no longer go to in person competitions, instead having to do them online.

Kai Neve-Jones, Assistant Photo Editor

October 13, 2020

In the time of the pandemic, students are getting less and less social interaction. Luckily, some of the clubs at Loy Norrix are ready to provide that.  The clubs that are running online are the Gender Sexuality Alliance, the Esports Club and the Female Empowerment Club.  Patrick Greeley, teacher a...

Pride and Acceptance: The Importance of Programs and Support for LGBTQ+ Youth

Pride and Acceptance: The Importance of Programs and Support for LGBTQ+  Youth

nakiab01

June 6, 2019

By Nakia Brown “I feel like people need to realize that those little things [homophobic phrases] lead to bigger things [mental health issues etc.],” said junior Emma Hilgart-Griff. Hilgart-Griff recalled some of her own personal accounts of harassment for being a bisexual teen. She went on to say that there are several homophobic p...

Let's Go Clubbin': Loy Norrix Offers Opportunities for Our Student

Let's Go Clubbin':  Loy Norrix Offers Opportunities for Our Student

Joshua McKissic

December 22, 2018

Loy Norrix, we are a school of the people, we are accepting, creative, smart, and evolving, yet one thing that has remained fairly stagnant, is our club participation. This school has a multitude of incredible teachers and students running our current clubs. Being a part of an afterschool club gives...

Please Ignore the Man Behind the Curtain: An Insight into Loy Norrix Stage Crew

Please Ignore the Man Behind the Curtain: An Insight into Loy Norrix Stage Crew

Glenna Aldag

October 6, 2017

The auditorium is dark and crowded, many eyes are focused on the events unfolding onstage. No one is paying any attention to the booth at the back from which a barely noticeable light glows. Two people wearing headsets sit in silence in front of a counter with two intimidating control panels. The smell of q...

A Fast Paced Life to Match a Fast Paced Runner, Olivia Vande Pol’s Story

Sophomore Olivia Vande Pol, (center) running in a cross country meet for Loy Norrix Highschool. She is hoping to beat her personal best mile time of 6:30.

Rachel

November 12, 2013

Olivia Vande Pol’s life requires a lot of dedication. While being a sophomore in high school is hard enough, she manages to do so and run cross country as well as track for Loy Norrix High School. When she’s not inside laboring over her average 5 hours of homework every night, she’s out training in h...

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