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Blessings In a Backpack

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HANNAH KENYON, Sports Editor

October 21, 2020

Blessings In a Backpack is a non-profit organization that ensures that kids all around America who depend on the Reduced Meal Program don’t have to worry about where they will find food on the weekends. The student-led club was introduced to Lambert in 2013 and Mrs. Adams, a math teacher here at Lambert, has been spons...

Hocus Pocus

Abby Settipani and Jimena Ruano

October 21, 2020

Hocus Pocus, the beloved Halloween movie that has been appearing on screens across the country since 1993. But just how good can the movie actually be? We’re about to find out; join us! Plot- 8/10  The movie tells the tale of Max, a new kid in town, who unleashes a 200-year-old curse on Sal...

Is Astrology a Pseudoscience?

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SASHA LOOBY, Senior Editor

October 21, 2020

Many people have a casual familiarity with astrology. They would be able to tell you their zodiac sign or perhaps casually scroll through their horoscope every morning. Older generations often fail to understand Generation Z’s fascination with astrology. Although buying into this idea can be entertain...

Cute Animal of the Week

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LIVI WOLD, Features Staff

October 19, 2020

Every week we will choose one lucky creature to be featured as the “Cute Animal of the Week” and our next winner is the Pink Fairy Armadillo! Fun facts about the Pink Fairy Armadillo: The Pink Fairy Armadillo is the smallest, known Armadillo species; their body length can range from 90 to...

Season 3, We Want to See!

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ELLIE MILTZ, Opinions Staff

October 16, 2020

On October 1st of 2018, the show All American was aired for the first time on CW. It was not until March 24th, 2020 that the show was released on Netflix. The show was one of the top 10 recommended for months after it made it debut on Netflix. All American is a teen drama that gives an insight into what hig...

Homecoming Week 2020

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NATALIE OGDEN, News Staff

October 16, 2020

Happy Homecoming! During these trying times, it’s important to unwind and have fun! Even though we won’t be having a homecoming dance, a perfect way to participate is to dress up according to the themes for the week of October 19-23!  Monday’s theme is Music Monday! Dress up as your favorite song...

Prisons and Their Problems

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Jimena Ruano, Editor-in-Chief

October 14, 2020

Prison systems are different throughout the world, but one thing the majority have in common is the corruption within these “reform centers”.  One of the main problems is purely because they do not serve as reform centers. Prisons were constructed so criminals could serve time locked away to ...

Teacher of the Year

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ELLIE MILTZ, Opinions Staff

October 13, 2020

The Teacher of the Year award is an opportunity for a teacher to be recognized for their hard work, dedication, and talent. At Lambert High School, the teachers all portray many traits that make them great. This year's recipient of the Teacher of the year award is Rachel VanDyke. Ms. VanDyke is one o...

Voter Fraud: Our Elections in Jeopardy

For the recent election, citizens are forced to mail in their vote or vote online.

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NATHAN KIM, Opinion Editor

October 13, 2020

With the upcoming elections just a few weeks away, both candidates’ political machines are up-at-arms furiously taking jabs at each state’s voting solutions. Absentee voting seems to be the chosen method during these Covid-19 times. Any sort of mail type of balloting comes with a slew of unknowns a...

Cute Animal of the Week

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Livi Wold, Features Staff

October 12, 2020

Every week we will choose one lucky creature to be featured as the “Cute Animal of the Week” and our next winner is the Margay! Fun facts about the Margay: Their ankles can rotate 180 degrees which allow them to both leap from tree to tree and climb down trees head first They have large eyes that are adapted to night ...

Care About Your Skin(care)

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Abby Settipani and Livi Wold

October 12, 2020

Skincare. It is equally as important as brushing your teeth, but many still forget this small task. From a glance, it might seem like a lot to handle, however, once you get the hang of it, the effort will be worth it. We are going to cover everything from skin types to different types of products and...

DeVos V.S. Woods: Standardized Testing Plans for 2021

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Avery Haney, News Editor

October 12, 2020

Although on September 3rd of 2020, Betsy DeVos (The United States Secretary of Education) announced that the Trump Administration is requiring standardized testing to be mandatory despite Georgia’s waiver form, Richard Woods (The Georgia School Superintendent) is continuing to argue for less impact of the state assessment on student grades for this year. ...