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The Will to Live Foundation: Fostering Hope and Acceptance

The Will to Live Foundation: Fostering Hope and Acceptance

Jessica Wilder, Copy Editor
September 22, 2014
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A sea of purple seemed to overwhelm the Gwinnett Braves stadium as people pour in to see the recognition that is about to take place. Members of a Junior League baseball team kindly pass out purple rubber wristbands that spell out “Love Ya Man” in bold white letters. They are about to head out...

Remembering Robin Williams

Remembering Robin Williams

Madeline Laguaite, Copy Editor
September 22, 2014
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I was nonchalantly reading when Twitter exploded after Robin William’s death on Monday, August 11. Hashtags such as #RobinWilliams and #RIPRobinWilliams were trending as the nation, still shocked, began to learn of the death of the famed actor. Williams was born in the lively city of Chicago in...

Remembering Our Past

Remembering Our Past

Clare Reid, Sports Editor
September 22, 2014
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On September 12, a day after the 13th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, juniors in Coach Skeen’s third period US History class were treated with a special guest speaker: Steve Bailey, a former firefighter who helped during the attacks. Mr. Bailey, whose son is a junior at Lambert, was a member of FDNY La...

This Month’s New Movies

This Month’s New Movies

Kurt Kunich, Staff Writer
September 22, 2014
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The Maze Runner Genre: Teen, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi Synopsis – When Thomas (Dylan O’Brien) wakes up trapped in a seemingly endless maze, he has lost his memory. He quickly discovers that he is not alone in the maze, and now has to recover his memory, and escape the maze. But is there a larger...

Mission Trips: An Alternative Way to Spend the Summer

Mission Trips: An Alternative Way to Spend the Summer

Ally Burkhalter, Staff Writer
September 22, 2014
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Aside from trips taken with family to the beach throughout the summer, many teenagers journey to different countries to reach the needs of others less fortunate than themselves.  Hundreds of Lambert students have taken part in different mission trips during the summer, and each trip has had its own...

How Beneficial Are AP Classes In the Future?

How Beneficial Are AP Classes In the Future?

Jordan Meaker, Center Stage Editor
September 22, 2014
Filed under Features

If you are an AP student, a familiar scene may play out every night at your house: you get home, dump a massive pile of books on your bed, rub your sore shoulders, and curse yourself for ever signing up for your dreaded AP classes in the first place. It is hard to see any sort of reward for piling on...

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