Knight Life

A rivalry for the ages

A rivalry for the ages

Perla Santiago and Alexis Weeden

October 8, 2019

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Grace Muchmore: Branching Out

Grace Muchmore: Branching Out

Maggie Lager

February 22, 2017

Grace Muchmore, Sophomore "I love making art. Creating in general is such a gratifying experience for me. I'm all over different types of mediums. From crayon wax to acrylic paint. This year I really started branching out. I'm taking a Film/Video EFA at The Epic Center and I have really found myself ...

The Move: Loy Norrix Student Recalls Moving From A Small Town

The Move: Loy Norrix Student Recalls Moving From A Small Town

February 1, 2017

GUEST WRITER: Ciera Mcclenton-Langston It was the last day of the school year at Edwardsburg Public School. Freshman Marissa Jacquez came home in a state of excitement. She ran around the house like a mad man, making sure to stop by her brother’s room to tease him about the fact that he now had to m...

Chris Zheng: An Artist's Passion

Chris Zheng: An Artist's Passion

Maggie Lager

January 27, 2017

Chris Zheng, Senior  I see art first and foremost as a way of expression. People who do art or [are] named by others as artists express themselves. The fountainhead of expression is an artist's inner struggles, emotions and flow of creativity. The latter can be seen as an eagerness to create somethin...

Growing Up in Post 9/11 America

Sidney Richardson

September 26, 2016

“I was a freshman in high school, I was at my locker and some kid told me what happened and all we did for the rest of the day was watch the news,” said English teacher John Kreider. The events of September 11th, 2001 forever changed the course of the United States. The hijacking of three planes by te...

Students Explore Veterans Experiences at Battle Creek VA

Students Explore Veterans Experiences at Battle Creek VA

Jonnie Palone

June 14, 2016

  Students excited to meet their veterans steadily walk off the bus in the area of Battle Creek known as the Veterans Affair. The Veterans Affair (VA) facility provides benefits, support and medical care of American veterans. With pens and clipboards in their hands, Loy Norrix students eagerly mo...

Loy Norrix Student Recognized as Finalist for National Merit Scholarship

Loy Norrix Student Recognized as Finalist for National Merit Scholarship

Jordan Brown

May 31, 2016

Loy Norrix senior Koichi Anderson has had the high honor of being recognized as a finalist for the National Merit Scholarship. “When I went to Milwood Middle, there was a group of us that felt like the math class that we were in was just too easy. So we worked with the counselors and principal to have...

Loy Norrix Finishes off the Year with Three More Athletic Commits

Loy Norrix Finishes off the Year with Three More Athletic Commits

vallierpaul

May 31, 2016

  Only some athletes are chosen each year to continue to the next level, with these three commits, Loy Norrix will have a grand total of nineteen athletes playing in college. Basketball players Grant Mitchell and Gk  Wells-Lindsay to KVCC and Jalen Pace to Olivet College to wrestle. It takes o...

Part Time Employment Helps Students Gain Independence

Part Time Employment Helps Students Gain Independence

Jonnie Palone

May 18, 2016

Money in your pocket and the sense of growing out of being a student to becoming an adult is what after school jobs are all about. As high schoolers, most of our responsibilities revolve around our education. One in four high school students 16 years and older eventually take on the responsibility of a ...

Loy Norrix Students Travel the World: Seniors Reflect on Their Experiences

Loy Norrix Students Travel the World: Seniors Reflect on Their Experiences

alexiskaymartin

May 16, 2016

When you hear about students traveling during the summer, you think they go somewhere in the U.S. like Florida or Washington. However, Loy Norrix high school students, specifically seniors, have had the opportunity to travel out of the country. “We went to Greece first, and spent two days there. And...

Tragic Bombing Devastates Brussels

Tragic Bombing Devastates Brussels

Meghan Lewis

May 13, 2016

  On March 22, 2016, 30 people died and 260 were wounded after the bombings at Zaventem airport and Maelbeek metro station in Brussels. Authorities issued a level four attack canceling all flights in and out of Brussels. Zaventem airport and Maelbeek station were then evacuated and closed to ga...

Moving On: Seniors Prepare to Leave Their Athletic Stage

Moving On: Seniors Prepare to Leave Their Athletic Stage

kendracurtis

May 9, 2016

It’s a Friday night and the sun has already hidden itself behind the cheering crowd. Sweat runs down your tired face as bright lights illuminate the field, your version of a stage that you’ve been performing on since you were a freshman, maybe even longer. Every last ounce of energy that’s left insi...

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