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Knight Life

The Voice of the Loy Norrix Community

Knight Life

Conner’s Critiques: “Bridgerton” Season 2 is the talk of the to(w)n, but wasn’t as good as season one

Conner’s Critiques: “Bridgerton” Season 2 is the talk of the to(w)n, but wasn’t as good as season one

Conner McBride, Business Manager May 17, 2022

Netflix has, after a long wait, released season two of the popular historical drama on March 25, 2022, “Bridgerton.” Right off the bat this show has accumulated 251 million hours of watch-time within...

Farmers Alley Theatre bites the blade to the best of their ability with “The Revolutionists”

Farmers Alley Theatre bites the blade to the best of their ability with “The Revolutionists”

Elliot Russell, Editor-in-Chief April 20, 2022

“The Revolutionists,” written for the stage by Lauren Gunderson, is a four-woman play set in 1793 during the Reign of Terror, the infamously bloody phase of the French Revolution when execution by...

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, Business Manager 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...

The death penalty should remain abolished in Michigan

The death penalty should remain abolished in Michigan

Foster Neve-Jones, Staff Writer November 22, 2021

A summer’s night, 1828. A crisp breeze cuts the warm weather as the silence is broken by the heavy footfalls of three people, two on either side of a chained man leading up to the wooden steps of...

Rebecca Layton wrote the Womens Studies curriculum and teaches the class during first hour. Layton also teaches and wrote the curriculums for the Loy Norrix psychology and sociology courses.

Women’s Studies and African American Studies; history through the eyes of the silenced and overlooked

Hannah Locke, Copy Editor October 8, 2021

Every year, the prospect of new classes, new curriculums, and new teachers is exciting. Whether it be a required class like economics, an art class like ceramics, or an English class like creative writing,...

Day Trip to the Detroit Institute of Arts

Day Trip to the Detroit Institute of Arts

Maya Crawford, Graphics Editor April 9, 2021

 

Senior Emma Hilgart-Griff and teacher Rebecca Layton discuss the womens studies curriculum. The class is a mix of political science, psychology and womens history.

Women Studies class to be offered at Loy Norrix

Jeanie Gould-McElhone, Arts and Entertainment Editor January 20, 2020

In the 2020-21 school year there will be a new class students can take at Loy Norrix that was recently approved by the KPS Board of Education on Thursday, December 5th. The new class is a women's studies...

Photo Credit / Lilly MacInnis

Kalamazoo Then and Now

Raili Nelson June 13, 2018

By Raili Nelson and Lilly MacInnis Founded on May 7th, 1830, Kalamazoo, Michigan has cultivated a rich history since the beginning. Over Kalamazoo’s 188 year story, the people, the culture, and the city...

Fighting Like a Girl Takes on a Whole New Meaning

Fighting Like a Girl Takes on a Whole New Meaning

Sidney Richardson January 17, 2017

Loy Norrix senior Sheridan Britney, at first glance in the halls, is a seemingly normal teenage girl. But if you catch Britney after school, you’d find her in her element; out lifting her peers in the...

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