The student news site of Lambert High School

The Lambert Post

The student news site of Lambert High School

The Lambert Post

The student news site of Lambert High School

The Lambert Post

In room 1886 of Lambert High School, two Student Government Association Sophomores are working on the decorations for the upcoming trunk or treat. Their goal in the picture was to sketch out designs and lettering for the display. (Lambert Post/ Ashley Choi)


Ashley Choi, News Staff October 21, 2021

The month of October is typically associated with Halloween festivities. Scarecrows are prodded into backyards. The warm smell of pumpkin is sprinkled into the air. Bulks of candy are stacked high on store...

Jack O Lanterns at night. Jack O Lanterns are a popular Halloween tradition. (Wikimedia Commons/Paul Hermans)

Tricking and Treating For All

Joshua Mui, Opinion Staff, Online Editor October 19, 2021

It’s a chilly, dark, October night. Witches and zombies roam the street as screams rip through the air and the wind picks up. Gotcha! It’s just Halloween on a typical suburban street. It’s a memorable...

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Picking the Brain of Coach Roberts

Hannah Kenyon , Features Editor October 15, 2021

Coach Roberts teaches computer science in a classroom that is plastered with Mississippi University memorabilia and posters. His dynamic personality turns an objectively boring subject into an undertaking...

Picture taken by LesByerley, Taken on 8/9/06, All rights reserved

Is Rap Music Ruining Lambert High?

Nathan Kim, Arts and Entertainment Staff October 14, 2021

Music tastes appear to shift with each generation; many children are not expected to have the same musical tastes as their parents. Rap music is becoming the most popular genre, capturing the attention...

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Lambert Girl’s Flag Football

Carson Summers and Justin Hwang October 14, 2021

The Lambert Flag Football team is back and better than ever! Starting off their season with a 12-0 win against Allatoona, the horns are off to a strong start.  The team has come back with a variety of...

Photo by Brian A. Pounds, Taken on July 9, 2020, Some rights reserved,

Connected Through COVID

Hunter Dzerve and Sanhita Chatterjee October 13, 2021

COVID-19 impacted the way people function in their everyday life. In addition to wearing masks and an increase in the importance of self-hygiene, people have changed the way they interact with one another...

Picture taken from Instagram @_sophiazhao, Taken on July 20, 2021, All rights reserved

Critical Race Theory vs Diversity Equity and Inclusion Plan

Jimena Ruano, Editor-in-Chief October 13, 2021

Is there a difference between Critical Race Theory (CRT) and the Diversity Equity and Inclusion Plan (DEI)? This is a hot-topic question that society has been arguing about for the past few years; more...

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School Calendar: To Change Or Not To Change

Samantha Nyazema, Opinions Editor October 12, 2021

There are approximately 180 days of school. The other days consist of weekends and staff and student holidays. The most anticipated holiday in the fall semester is winter break as it is at the end of...

A selfie with the officers of the Asian American Pacific Islander Association (APAL) Club, Picture taken by Nathan Kim, Taken on 9/28/21, All rights reserved

Music Review: “LALISA”

Nathan Kim, Arts and Entertainment Staff October 12, 2021

K-Pop, or South Korean Pop music, has a unique formula for producing songs that stay on the billboard. The essential element is a catchy hook tune, which is combined with striking dances. The packaging...

Photo by Cuisinart, Open on October 11, 2021, Some rights reserved,

The Best Fall Recipes

Chaney Duskin, Arts and Entertainment Editor October 12, 2021

It's that time of year again where it's time to break out the pumpkin spice and your favorite cardigan. Fall is rapidly approaching and what better way to celebrate this than with a homemade dish that...

What is the Governors Honors Program?

What is the Governor’s Honors Program?

Taylor Petrofski, Senior Editor October 11, 2021

According to the Governor’s Office of Student Achievement,  “The Georgia Governor’s Honors Program (GHP) is a residential summer program for gifted and talented high school students who will...

Photo by Lambert Volleyball, taken on August 2, 2021, Some rights reserved,

Lambert’s Varsity Volleyball Team

Justin Hwang, Sports Staff October 11, 2021

The Lambert Varsity Volleyball team has already cocked back the trigger, aiming straight for a successful season. With the season in play, the future success and achievements the team hopes to make are...

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