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The Voice of the Loy Norrix Community

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The Voice of the Loy Norrix Community

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Loy Norrix students board the Metro after school. This is an alternative way for students to get to work or home after school.

Students who take the metro to and from school face issues with participating in after school activities

Alice Damashek, Business Manager February 2, 2024

Many students practically live at school. From 7 a.m. to 4, 5, or even 6 o’clock and sometimes even later, students may stay after school because of activities, whether it be sports, clubs or theater.  Loy...

Isaac Patrick and Mr. Kitzman talk during Honors English class.

Students share the impact their teachers have on them

Krystiana Bernstein, Staff Writer April 5, 2023

You woke up late, skipped breakfast and forgot to do your homework last night. Not to mention you didn’t get much sleep either. To top it off you also have your least favorite subject first hour.  When...

Do you believe in the supernatural?

Teens describe their supernatural experiences and how it incorporates with their lifestyle or beliefs

Ophelia Flynn, Guest Writer March 16, 2023

As children, people are often curious about the unknown, from ghosts and ghouls to the existence of demons and aliens. A lot of people have attempted to seek out the truth of these mysteries and there...

Colby Cuppernull discusses Shakespeare’s “Sonnet 18” with his honors English 11 class. The students have been studying Shakespeare and his works for about two weeks.

Colby Cuppernull joins English department: students and teachers are happy about his arrival

Lexi Tuley, Graphics Editor December 14, 2022

Many teachers at Loy Norrix have eagerly awaited the arrival of the new member of the English department, excited to have their plan hours back instead of substituting for the teacherless class. Cuppernull...

People attend one of the countless black lives matter protests that have happened across the country.

Black lives still matter: Refocusing the spotlight

Maya Crawford, Graphics Editor December 29, 2020

The election and the pandemic have completely taken everyone’s attention as far as news-related events, but we cannot forget what needs more coverage right now.  The Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement...

Senior Maya Moore competing at one of her many events against Mattawan.

How swim has impacted senior Maya Moore

Isabella Ramsdell December 21, 2020

As we know, there are many different sports teams and extracurriculars at school, but we're gonna look into Senior Maya Moore’s life and how she developed a passion for swimming. “One of my friends...

How to wear a mask and why its important

How to wear a mask and why it’s important

Lilly MacInnis, Photo Editor/Social Media Team December 8, 2020

Loy Norrix senior Katie Kutzko stands in front of one of several Halloween decorations that were placed throughout her yard to create a fun and spooky atmosphere, as she and her family handed out candy.

Even during a pandemic, students find time to celebrate Halloween

Zoe Naylor, News Editor November 20, 2020

One of my favorite times of year has always been the month of October.  The weather gets colder, the days get longer, and I get to break out my coziest sweaters. However, my absolute favorite thing about...

Jessica Kanipe recovering from surgery.

Loy Norrix sophomore’s experience of spinal surgery

Dajanique McPherson, Guest Writer March 24, 2020

Sophomore Jessica Kanipe was like an every other student in Loy Norrix. She was active, attended gymnastics, and even spent time with both her friends and family.  Besides spending time with her family,...

Three members of Tea Club discuss the meeting while seeing what kind of tea is available to them. They are excited to see who shows up, and what conversations will be had.

Loy Norrix seniors reflect on their long-distance running careers

Colin Carnell, Copy Editor January 31, 2020

On Saturday, October 26, Loy Norrix High School seniors Jozef Meyers and Ella Schnell made LNHS history at the Southwest Michigan Athletic Conference Cross Country Regionals, held at Portage West Middle...

Kalamazoo Public Schools Lengthen Foreign Language & Math Classes In Hopes of Boosting Student Achievement

Kalamazoo Public Schools Lengthen Foreign Language & Math Classes In Hopes of Boosting Student Achievement

Nora Hilgart-Griff May 19, 2017

On December 16, 2016, Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning Services Cindy Green presented several recommendations to the School Board for changes in the current Kalamazoo Public Schools (KPS)...

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