Students Should Consider the Benefits of School Uniforms

By Emma Fergusson, Guest Writer Stiff khaki pants and a navy blue polo stamped with a Loy Norrix High School insignia. Or perhaps a button-up shirt and a nifty neck tie paired with a stuffy blazer and slacks. To many Norrix students, and perhaps students all over the country, this is not an appealing image. The debate over school uniforms seems to consistently provoke people … Continue reading Students Should Consider the Benefits of School Uniforms

KNIGHTS BASEBALL SWINGS INTO DISTRICTS

Last year, on May 31st, 2016 the Loy Norrix High School baseball team celebrated a big 4-3 win over their first opponent, Gull Lake, in districts. Reflecting back on this major win, Senior catcher Griffin Conley describes the mindset of the team going into their first district game this year. “Last year we were very close to beating them in the regular season so we … Continue reading KNIGHTS BASEBALL SWINGS INTO DISTRICTS

The Junk in Seniors’ Trunks

Rachel Thompson Most Interesting item- This walking stick that I used for hiking over spring break. Favorite Item- The towels from South Carolina and the multiple pairs of shoes.   “My car may always be messy, but if you need something, I have it!”   Julia Townley Favorite Item- This melted bag of ice from when I sprained my ankle Memorable Item- Sophomore year my … Continue reading The Junk in Seniors’ Trunks

NEHS Inducts Students to Start off the New Year

On the night of January 10, 2017, the National English Honors Society (NEHS) inducted 21 students into the program. NEHS is a national organization that does community projects. It’s a big responsibility and difficult to get in. Evie Bartley is one of the many students that were inducted. She is a junior at Loy Norrix who enjoys english very much. “You’re a part of a … Continue reading NEHS Inducts Students to Start off the New Year

Injuries Affect Athletes At Loy Norrix

Sweat and tears run down an athlete’s face as they lay on their back, unable to stand. The trainer rushes out and kneels down beside them trying to figure out what is wrong. Injuries occur all the time for athletes. Roughly two million injuries a year are accounted for by high school students in the United States, according to statistics compiled by Stop Sports Injuries. … Continue reading Injuries Affect Athletes At Loy Norrix

Students Explore Veterans Experiences at Battle Creek VA

  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 moved to the VA doors to meet their assigned United States veteran. The students then began interviewing … Continue reading Students Explore Veterans Experiences at Battle Creek VA

Loy Norrix Student Recognized as Finalist for National Merit Scholarship

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 an independent study so that we could delve … Continue reading Loy Norrix Student Recognized as Finalist for National Merit Scholarship