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Knight Life

The Voice of the Loy Norrix Community

Knight Life

The Voice of the Loy Norrix Community

Knight Life

Junior Isabel Ricardo-Ramirez came into Brianna Englishs classroom with a small fan that plugs into her computer. This plug-in fan helps her regulate the hot temperature of the windowless K3 classroom.

The K-Wing: warm classroom temperatures persist into the colder months, students and teachers alike are frustrated

Chloe Rathbun, Chief Copy Editor December 7, 2022

As the temperature outside gets colder and snow falls on the ground, students bundle up to face the frigid temperatures outside. However, upon their arrival to school, many students are faced with classrooms...

Conner’s Critiques: “The Half of It,” a showcase of the challenges of a high-school relationship

Conner’s Critiques: “The Half of It,” a showcase of the challenges of a high-school relationship

Conner McBride, Staff Writer February 15, 2022

Netflix often likes to repeat itself when it comes to the introductions of their romantic movies. One of the things they like to start the movie with is the tale of soulmates.  On May 1 of 2020, Netflix...

Librarian John Kreider checks in a recently returned book from a freshman student. This is Kreiders first year hosting Banned Books Week for Loy Norrix High School.

Teachers share thoughts on Banned Books Week

Hollis Masterson, Staff Writer October 19, 2021

"Banned Books Week is a big holiday for librarians celebrating the right to read, and I've never done anything for it in here mostly because it's the beginning of the year and I'm getting things started,"...

Sophmore Amady Mboup pictured after interview for Original Essay and Short Story submissions in the Short Story and Original Essay.  After getting gold star credits in the regional competition , Mboup went on to nationals where he was beaten out for the top three spots.

Sophomore finds fulfillment on and off the page

Elias Nagel-Bennett, Copy Editor December 10, 2020

“When I’m really in the zone, you lose track of time, you type and write faster. The words come to mind. I don't plan on writing… I don't spend time going through ideas I don’t like,” said. sophomore...

A Quick Look at Three Arabic-Speaking Loy Norrix Students

Henry Snapp October 5, 2017

Imagine moving across the world to a new country. You would face a whole new set of challenges; learning the culture, finding a house, getting a driver's licence, the list goes on, but most important of...

Eddie Knudsen

Controversial Opinion: Beowulf is a Dumb Character

June 7, 2017

Guest Writer Eddie Knudsen You know, there isn’t enough controversy in the world, let’s address that: Beowulf is a poorly written character by today’s standards. Alright, now that all the English...

Teacher's Tattoos Tell a Story

Teacher's Tattoos Tell a Story

taylorkrupianik June 5, 2015

In times like these you start to notice more and more people getting tattoos.Tenth grade English teacher Angela Laginess has seven tattoos. She has two on her fingers, one on each wrist, one on her neck...

This is a certificate given to members of the National English Honor Society. The new members were given this certificate along with a flower at their induction.

Loy Norrix National English Honor Society Inducts New Members

sambbower May 7, 2014

As the 2013-2014 academic year begins to wind down, the Loy Norrix National English Honor Society prepares to present two major literary projects to the school and community. On April 16th, the society...

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The National English Honor Society unites students interested in English.  It was founded by the Sigma Tau Delta Honor Society out of Northern Illinois

Loy Norrix to Found National English Honor Society Chapter

Ben Dunham January 18, 2013

For the first time ever in Michigan, a chapter of the National English Honor Society is being founded, and it’s happening right here at Loy Norrix. The National English Honors Society, or NEHS, is...

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