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Junior Loses the Kalamazoo Promise

Junior Loses the Kalamazoo Promise
May 9, 2019

By Dylann Meek “When me and my mother went to the office to change the address, that’s when the secretary told me I was out of district and would not get the [Kalamazoo] Promise,” said junior Nakia...

Early Intro to Health Careers II: WMed Educates Sophomores

Early Intro to Health Careers II: WMed Educates Sophomores
March 14, 2018

  In recent years, a new program has popped up to help high school sophomores all around Kalamazoo. The Early Introduction to Health Careers II Program is a pipeline program that was started in 2015...

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
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...

WMU Joins the Fight to Save the Planet

April 13, 2017

“There just isn’t any natural way possible that could explain this [global] warming,” explained Western Michigan University (WMU) professor David Karowe to a full and attentive audience last Wednesday...

Loy Norrix Senior Takes on the Business World

Loy Norrix Senior Takes on the Business World
February 22, 2017

By Ontaesha Henderson Picture a family, two kids, a mother and a father on their way to the grocery store. The car starts to rumble, they hear a bang! Clash! The car starts to slow down. They pull off...

Building Community in the American Classroom

Becky Cooper helps students in her ATYP AP Literature & Language class at Western Michigan University. Pictured from left to right Becky Cooper, Emma Michael, and Lily Dorstewitz. Photo Credit / Frankie Stevens
December 21, 2016

GUEST WRITER: Aiden Lane “If somebody has been kicked every time they try to get up, or they feel that way, they’ll stop trying,” said ATYP teacher, Becky Cooper before the beginning of her AP English...

Kalamazoo Celebrates College GameDay

Kalamazoo Celebrates College GameDay
December 9, 2016

Kalamazoo is finally getting some positive recognition. ESPN’s pre-game broadcast, College GameDay, for any college football fan, is a big deal. The analysts talk about the games of the weekend, the...

The Broncos are Cotton Bowl Bound

The Broncos are Cotton Bowl Bound
December 8, 2016

And the Cinderella story continues: the Western Michigan University Broncos are headed to the Cotton Bowl. In a feat that could only be described as remarkable, the Broncos finished off their season with...

Chinese Culture Rolls into Loy Norrix

October 11, 2016

Loy Norrix High School recently began offering a new experience for students to take part in. Up until now, students have only been able to take Spanish, French, and Latin as a foreign language, but beginning...

Western Michigan University Professor Shows Latin Students Ancient Manuscripts

Western Michigan University Professor Shows Latin Students Ancient Manuscripts
June 2, 2015

On May 21st, Professor Steven Cartwright visited the Loy Norrix Latin class. Cartwright, who teaches history at Western Michigan University, showed ancient texts written during the 13th century. These...

The Beginning Of The End

The Beginning Of The End
October 10, 2014

As senior Sam Gulliver sits in the library with his hand pressing against his head, he stares at all of his work, contemplating what to even begin with.  This workload consists of assignments from KAMSC,...

Alumni Day: A Loy Norrix High School Tradition

Alumni Day: A Loy Norrix High School Tradition
December 21, 2013

By Emily Feenstra and Claire Domanick Alumni Day was brought to life by former Loy Norrix High School Principal Johnny Edwards in the fall of 2008.  Alumni Day gives current LNHS students an opportunity...

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