Knight Life

Loy Norrix “smashing” the competition: Esports club one year later

Two competitors face off for a place in the finals of the Super Smash Brothers tournament. The game is a favorite among students, which is clear from the groups playing every day in the cafeteria.

Jackson Kiino-Terburg, A/V Editor

October 27, 2019

In the library, six Nintendo Switches were set up for this best of three single-elimination tournament, meaning one loss and you’re out for good. Only one could be crowned the victor. On September 27th, the Loy Norrix esports club hosted its first “Super Smash Brothers Ultimate” tournament. ...

Digital Killed the Print Edition: Knight Life finds new life online

Digital Killed the Print Edition: Knight Life finds new life online

Riley Dominianni, Feature Editor

October 25, 2019

Since 1960, Knight Life has been the voice of Loy Norrix, sharing opinions, reporting news, and covering events in an iconic print newspaper. As cherished as it was by many teachers, students, and, of course, the staff of Knight Life, the 2019-2020 school year marks a big change for the publication...

Quirky and Awkward in Real Life, Flirty and Fun Online: Social Media Helps Teens Feel More Confident When They Communicate

Devon Gross

June 18, 2017

Guest Writer Devon Gross Some people are naturally charismatic and friendly. They can make friends without really even trying, and they’re just meant to be the life of any and every party. Other people are the exact opposite. Many shy people struggle with social anxiety and self-doubt, preventing...

Letter to the Editor – Nov. 9, 2016

Letter to the Editor - Nov. 9, 2016

November 9, 2016

Dear Editor, I am proud that all of our varsity football players stand by choice for the National Anthem. I do feel if a person does not stand, it is showing disrespect for our country and the people in the military that have lost their lives and those still serving. I come from a strong military family,...

A New Way of Learning: Online classes Have Benefits

Junior Lacey Burke sits in front of a computer doing her PreCalculus test on MIVHS. She is taking this class because it does not fit into her schedule. “I enjoy the level of autonomy that I have when completing and turning in my assignments. I can make it work around my personal schedule,” said Burke. Photo Credit / Grace Augustine

Grace Augustine

May 18, 2016

Passing classes can be hard, and when faced with a subject like math, many find that the largest challenge between them and graduation is earning credit from a class that they already tried and failed. Other students simply want to take a class the school does not offer. Classes offered by GRAD Point and Mi...

Out with Pinnacle, In with E-School

Out with Pinnacle, In with E-School


October 7, 2014

In the digital world humans live in it would only make sense to be able to access our grades on the internet instead of waiting for progress reports to be sent home in the mail throughout the grading period. Online grade checking allows students to check their progress in the classroom with the clic...

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