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Students Respond to Knight Life

Students Respond to Knight Life

June 18, 2019

Dear Editor, The article that I read today was “When Paradise is Lost, Promise is Found” and in my opinion I feel like the article was a very good article to read. One thing that I like about the article was that it told a brief description on how it first started and they went into a lot of deta...

Students Respond to Article "Open Campus for Lunch and Other Concerns"

Students Respond to Article "Open Campus for Lunch and Other Concerns"

June 17, 2019

Dear Editor, I think that that Loy Norrix should change and open campus for lunch because I get tired of sitting inside of the lunch room everyday, and I also get tired of eating the food. Some people get tired of the food too and want to maybe eat something else or go home or out at a restaurant to...

Students Respond to Equality Within Sports

Students Respond to Equality Within Sports

June 8, 2019

Dear Editor, I read your article titled “Women in Sports Ask for Equality” and I have to say that I did enjoy reading about how unequal sports are for women. I completely agree that women in sports have it unfair compared to men. When reading the article, I learned a lot of new things about ...

Students Respond to Education Budget Cuts

Students Respond to Education Budget Cuts

June 7, 2019

Dear Editor, In the article you wrote, titled “President Trump Proposes Cuts to the Education Budget,” I found the entire article very interesting. You mention that there will be funding for Title I, which provides support for schools with a greater percentage of low-income attending students...

Students Respond to Restricted Library Access

Students Respond to Restricted Library Access

June 3, 2019

Dear Editor, I read the 'Locked Doors, Locked Minds' article and overall thought this section was very interesting. I agree with Claire and everybody else who feel that the school library shouldn't be closed. There is times where I really needed to go into the library to finish work or when I don't ...

Students Respond to a Variety of Articles

Students Respond to a Variety of Articles

May 31, 2019

Dear Editor, The article “High School Senior Reflects On The Struggles Of Moving While Growing Up” really resonated with me. I moved from Cleveland to Kalamazoo almost two years ago, and while Kalamazoo has become more of a home for me, there isn't a day where I don't miss my Ohio friends. In a w...

Students Respond to 2018 Memes

Students Respond to 2018 Memes

May 4, 2019

Dear Editor, I read the “Loy Norrix in 2018 Memes” and thought overall it was a well written and very interesting section of the newspaper. The reason this part of the newspaper really caught my attention was just the fact that the headline was in comic sans. It also made me laugh inside because e...

Students Respond to Politics

Students Respond to Politics

May 2, 2019

Dear Editor, Recently I have read Knight Life and stumbled upon the article called “Mainstream Media has Become too Politically Extreme.” When I first started to read the article I thought that the writer had a very good point, the wording was solid and there were clear definitions of words that...

Students Respond to A Variety of Articles

Students Respond to A Variety of Articles

April 30, 2019

Dear Editor, In this Knight Life newspaper they had a word fill-in for 2000’s cartoons and it took me and two of my friends to fill in the whole thing. It was interesting to see what shows we knew and didn’t know, and what shows were on the list and what shows were not on the list but we managed ...

Students Respond to Campus Safety Officer and Local Musician

Students Respond to Campus Safety Officer and Local Musician

April 29, 2019

Dear Editor, I really enjoyed “Loy Norrix Campus Safety Officer and Local Musician Boards ‘The Morning Train’ by Elliot Russell. I love listening to music, so me seeing and hearing that a campus safety officer is a song artist is amazing. I enjoy listening to his music and I think he’s very g...

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