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What’s Her Deal?

What's Her Deal?

Megan Hybels, Guest Artist

February 14, 2020

Ten things every parent raising a teen should know

Ten things every parent raising a teen should know

Emma Hilgart-Griff, Social Media Team/Knights Speak Team

February 13, 2020

Parents are constantly emphasizing how hard it is to raise teenagers, how there is no efficient way to discipline kids, that we don't make any sense. To clear things up for you, here are ten things every parent of a teen should know about us. The more you restrict, the more we trick. If you tell us we can't ...

Current and Former Loy Norrix Police Officers Give Back to the Community they Serve for the Holidays

Current and Former Loy Norrix Police Officers Give Back to the Community they Serve for the Holidays

Riley Dominianni, Feature Editor

February 14, 2019

Christmastime revolves around children. Ask any parent, the magic, excitement and gifts that accompany the holiday is really all for the kids. But for many children in low-income households, the holidays are full of uncertainty and stress as they wonder if there will be presents for them on Christm...

It’s Time to Alter How we Teach about Bullying and Peer Pressure

It’s Time to Alter How we Teach about Bullying and Peer Pressure

Riley Dominianni, Feature Editor

December 10, 2018

For as long as I can remember, messages about bullying and peer pressure have been drilled into my head at school and at home. The things I have been taught, and the things children across the country are being taught are: stand up to bullying, don’t be a bystander, and avoid peer pressure at all ...

Sticks and Stones: How Bullying and Words Affect the Modern Teen

Sticks and Stones: How Bullying and Words Affect the Modern Teen

Lilly MacInnis, Photo Editor

January 12, 2018

  Purple feathers are the first things to draw your eye, perched atop freshman Evelynn Hurley’s head. Her halo of dark curly hair frames her face, and her clothes, flashy but sensible, are only an afterthought to finish off her striking appearance. Her kind face shows no sign of hurt as she recal...

Comparing Generation Z: Two halves of a Divided Generation

Comparing Generation Z: Two halves of a Divided Generation

Mia May

December 4, 2017

  As I’m seating a married couple and their 2 year old at a restaurant I work at, I ask “Would your son like a coloring sheet?”  The mom replies, “Yes please.” When they are seated, they set their 2 year old son up in his high chair, and I put his coloring sheet in front of him and some ...

Kalamazoo: 2016 in Review

Kalamazoo: 2016 in Review

Michaela Whalen

March 2, 2017

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Give the Youth a Chance

Give the Youth a Chance

Sidney Richardson

December 9, 2016

Millennials have grown used to a negative stigma about young people. Those who are middle aged or older often look down on their younger counterparts and cringe at the thought of them soon running the world and changing it as they wish. Somehow, older individuals seem to have gotten the idea that the...

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