Knight Life

Loy Norrix People’s Choice Awards

Loy Norrix People's Choice Awards

June 19, 2020

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Students can have fun while staying home

Senior Emma Scheele stays busy while staying home during COVID-19. Scheele plays with her dog outside.

Audreanna Dunton, Assistant Business Manager

June 11, 2020

It is nearing the end of March, you’re leaving school after finishing up your second-trimester final exams. You feel a heavy weight lifted off of your shoulders as it’s a half-day and you get to go home and relax after weeks of hard work and studying. Little did you know, though, that you would no...

Artwork of quarantined kids: Part one

Artwork of quarantined kids: Part one

Lydia Snapp, Social Media Team

June 9, 2020

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The Divided Methodist Church: The denomination set to split in two

The Portage Chapel Hill United Methodist Church has made statements regarding their open stance on LGBTQ issues. They have chosen to fly a pride flag outside their building.

Riley Dominianni, Feature Editor

March 12, 2020

Following years of conflict over LGBTQ clergy and same-sex marriage, the world’s third largest denomination of Christianity has finally decided to split in two. The United Methodist Church is a worldwide Protestant denomination based in the United States that has been around since the late 1960s.  ...

Loy Norrix students should be allowed to enter the school more efficiently

Loy Norrix students should be allowed to enter the school more efficiently

Lily Stickley, Feature Editor

March 11, 2020

It is 7:28 a.m., and you just pull into the Loy Norrix High School parking lot: you are running late. You get to the tower at 7:30, and your class is in the D-wing, so usually you would go through the left door.  Wrong, you’re a junior, so you have to go through the right door, to the K-wing. Now...

Don’t catch senioritis

Senior Maggie Grabemeyer takes a nap during class. As a senior, she's finding it harder and harder to stay awake.

Jeanie Gould-McElhone, Arts and Entertainment Editor

March 10, 2020

The finish line is in sight! As graduation approaches, a “condition” referred to as senioritis is beginning to hit the class of 2020.  It’s hard to stay focused and motivated in school, especially as college acceptance letters start rolling in. Senioritis is a decline of motivation and effort by ...

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...

That’s a Norrix goose

That's a Norrix goose

Ella Thomas, Guest Artist

February 24, 2020

Passing Time

Passing Time

Aanje Greymountain, Guest Artist

February 7, 2020

Winterfest Pep Assembly

Winterfest Pep Assembly

Yasmin Mosqueda, Social Media Team

February 4, 2020

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Tea Club gives students a break from academics

Three members of Tea Club discuss the meeting while seeing what kind of tea is available to them. They are excited to see who shows up, and what conversations will be had.

Brandi-Rose Phiri, Business Manager

February 1, 2020

Walking into Tea Club and being welcomed with a smile always makes the long day you had at school better. After you get a cup of relaxing tea and snacks, you’re ready to put the day behind you and sit down to have light and calm conversation with people that share similar interests. Tea Club focuses ...

Community comes together to feed the hungry for the 2019 Holiday Food Drive

PeaceJam members pose with food drive haul in the B-wing. Members pictured are Laya Houslander, Carlos Morales-Amates, Melissa Preston, Anna Sankey, Kim Chheu, Tanner Klute, Cecilia Mireles-Caballero, Samantha Schaffer, and Annaliese Bol.

Elliot Russell, Editor-in-Chief

January 28, 2020

Another holiday season means another food drive. Each year, students and faculty at the school get in the holiday spirit by donating non-perishable food to underprivileged families in our community. This time around, contributors brought the goods. A total of 7,001 items of food were brought in this...

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