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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...

Loy Norrix has a New Liaison Officer

Loy Norrix has a New Liaison Officer

Kailynne Besser

December 7, 2018

“It's amazing to have the women power at Loy Norrix,” said campus safety officer Jacqueline Hampton. Hampton is very happy that there is now a female police officer working at Loy Norrix. It's nice to see another woman walking around the school helping keep this school safe and working with st...

Volume 57, Issue 2

Volume 57, Issue 2

January 10, 2017

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Dakota Access Pipeline Protests End in Victory

This map shows the old and new routes for the pipeline. It was rerouted due to concerns with the drinking water in the majority-white city Bismarck. Photo Credit / Hannah Pittman

Hannah Pittman

December 20, 2016

One thousand one hundred and seventy two miles of underground pipeline are planned to span across the midwest with the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL). The pipeline is under construction by Dakota Access, a subsidiary of Energy Transfer Partners. Starting in the northwest region of Nor...

Let's not Brutalize the Police for the Actions of the Few

Let's not Brutalize the Police for the Actions of the Few

Sidney Richardson

November 9, 2016

Being a police officer nowadays is hardly a dream for today's youth, as the occupation receives more and more hate. Stop for a second and think of what it has to be like for the cops that don't brutalize citizens because that is the vast majority of  United States police officers. Protests that d...

Kalamazoo Acquires Body Cams for Police

Kalamazoo Acquires Body Cams for Police

maksim

January 29, 2016

On January 11th, Jeff Hadley, the chief of the Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety (KDPS), announced that the department will be purchasing a total of 170 body cameras for officers. Body cams (cameras) have been in the media spotlight frequently as pressure to use them has built following repeated i...

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