Knight Life

KAMSC students work hard on their cell projects for biology class: Freshmen create analogies of an animal or plant cell.

Freshman create analogies of an animal or plant cell. These were later displayed for peer review and to allow others to see how creative the freshmen were.

Allie Fried, Guest Writer

February 29, 2020

Walking down Alshehri Alley, you will see lights, glue, and lots of poster boards. Students walk around the tables on the speckled tile floor, admiring the hard work of the KAMSC freshmen.  On Friday, January 31, KAMSC freshmen brought in their cell projects that they had been working on at home f...

Green School Club is making students aware of climate change

LNHS Green School Club members gather in front of Green School flag after meeting. Green Club meets every Thursday to discuss environmental issues and maintain a green school.

Lydia Snapp, Social Media Team

January 11, 2020

“Green School Club is a bunch of people that do good, just to do good,” said Loy Norrix freshman Brian Treadwell. Treadwell feels that everyone in the club is very positive and helpful. “It’s nice to care about the world you’re living in. If you care about the environment and want to put in the ef...

Thinking Like a Scientist: Science Courses Should Be a Greater Focus in High School

Thinking Like a Scientist: Science Courses Should Be a Greater Focus in High School

June 26, 2019

By Collin Carnell Throughout the nation, different science fields and scientific findings are coming under attack. There are claims that global warming isn’t happening, that vaccinations cause autism, that genetically modified organisms are completely unsafe to eat. Meanwhile, science has less of ...



October 30, 2017

Artist: Maya Crawford

First African American Female Astronaut Visits Kalamazoo

Jemison set the tone of the press conference by making a few jokes before diving into important topics like how she has gotten children involved in science. Photo Credit / Christian Baker

Grace Marshall

May 9, 2017

  “I wanted to be involved because just like every little kid, I’ve looked at the stars and wondered what they were and I felt that I had a right to be there and that I could make really great contributions.” Jemison continued, “If there had been thousands of people of every color and typ...

Students Share Their Experience With EFE and EFA

Christian Baker

January 19, 2017

    Seniors Alex Wallace, Da 'Jzon Hughes and sophomore Joseph Welch explain the benefits of their EFA and EFA classes. Loy Norrix students can apply to these programs through their guidance counselor. Information about these programs can be found in the KPS Bulletin of Courses....

Volume 57, Issue 2

Volume 57, Issue 2

January 10, 2017


Innovative Grant Brings 3D Printing to Loy Norrix

The MakerBot Replicator 2 fashions a model spaceship. The process has gone on for 3+ hours.


May 20, 2014

“This is the future of manufacturing,” physics teacher Trevor Stefanick said of the newest technology to breach the walls of Loy Norrix. The industrial robot to which he referred is a 3D Printer, the Makerbot Replicator 2. 3D printing is the process of creating any three-dimensional object from a...

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