The Lambert Post

A Thousand and One

1,000 paper cranes makes a year of good fortune.

Morgan Quach, Staff Writer

December 14, 2017

It all began with small crafts and objects; just little flowers, bookmarks, cats, stars. We all have to start from somewhere, and sometimes that place is nothing. Nothing is exactly where I started from. Over the course of my origami “phase,” I heard about a little girl who lived in Japan an...

Oh the Places You’ll Go!

Seussical Jr. will be on show at Lambert High School from December 7th through December 10th.

Morgan Quach, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017

Oh, all of the places you can go to in Lambert High School! The theater program's performance, Suessical, a mashup of the most notorious Seuss stories. Incorporating characters from The Cat in the Hat, Horton Hears a Who, and Yertle the Turtle, Seussical is guaranteed to create the most enjoyable e...

Seeing Eye to Eye

Sadness is always the easiest to spot in someone's eye.

Morgan Quach, Staff Writer

November 30, 2017

“There is nothing nobler or more admirable than when two people who see eye to eye keep house as man and wife, confounding their enemies and delighting their friends,” writes Homer is his book The Odyssey. In this quote, Homer uses one of the most popular subjects to enhance his epic; the eye. Dating back to ...

True Heroism

The red on the United States of America's flag represents valor, the blue symbolizes justice, and the white stands for purity. There is one red or white stripe for each of the original 13 colonies, and there are 50 stars in the blue corner for each state in America.

Morgan Quach, Staff Writer

November 14, 2017

With so many American holidays, there is only one day that honors the soldiers of our country. November 11th is dedicated to all of the soldiers that fought bravely in one of America’s many battles. This memorial day is celebrated with the decoration of graves for the soldiers that passed during the ...

Exhibition at its Finest

Morgan Quach, Staff Writer

October 24, 2017

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The Ins-and-Outs of Homecoming Proposals

Unsurprisingly, 24.8% of the students surveyed preferred using posters as a method of proposing whereas 27.4% would use food, 17.9% balloons, and 12.8% confetti.  Many would even use all three!

Andrew Hampton and Morgan Quach

October 10, 2017

As members of the student body at Lambert High School, we look forward to the spirited events. For most of us, Homecoming is one of the occasions that is highly anticipated since the beginning of the year. Many students spend hours pondering on “what to wear” or “who to ask.” Now we may not be ab...

26.7% of Lambert’s Students could Succumb to Failure

At what grade are you failing your personal educational goals?

Morgan Quach, Staff Writer

August 31, 2017

While stuck in the American school system, students have defined the term “failure” to fit within their own lives. Whether their definition of the word symbolizes a grade percentage or an overall sense of defeat, the thought of failing in a student’s mind can be very negative. Lambert High...