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Omkar in his Scout Uniform with his badges, accessed May 20, 2022.

Humans of Lambert: Omkar Tamhane

Sanhita Chatterjee, Features Staff May 20, 2022

Omkar Tamhane, a rising Lambert senior, is a highly accomplished and involved student. He is the new Historian of Beta Club, the Co-Captain of the Science Olympiad team and is involved in HOSA and SGA....

This is a picture of the 2021-2022 yearbook staff after publishing this year’s yearbook. Taken by Kirti Muthaiah on May 16, 2022.

The Yearbook Staff and Their Book of Hard Work

Shriya Buche, News Staff May 20, 2022

Lambert's Yearbook Club recently handed out its annual yearbook, an event that many students look forward to every year.  However, many overlook the amount of effort that goes into creating these memorable...

Image credit to Bisan Malhotra, accessed May 20, 2022.

Humans of Lambert: Bisan Malhotra

Hunter Dzerve, Features Staff May 20, 2022

Bisan Malhotra, a sophomore at Lambert, is known for her fun personality and passion for academia, taking many rigorous classes and pursuing a variety of extracurricular activities. However, Ted-Ed Club...

Guards take patrol around the supreme court after the leaking of the draft from these premises. Security has been tightened, as many protesters have surrounded the buildings in opposition to the draft decision. Photo taken by Tom Benner for The New York Times News Service on May 3, 2022.

Roe v. Wade Leaked Court Decision

Ashley Choi, News Staff May 19, 2022

On May’s first Monday night, Politico, a political journalism company, leaked a draft that implied that the Supreme Court was moving towards overturning the infamous Roe v. Wade case.   To keep...

Jockey Sonny Leon and horse Rich Strike gallop across the finish line, winning the 148th running of the Kentucky Derby. Taken on May 17, 2022 from CNN.com.

Miracle Run for the Roses

Natalie Ogden, News Editor May 19, 2022

Last-minute contestant, Rich Strike, stunned the Thoroughbred community by winning the Kentucky derby with 80-1 odds.  Rich Strike, affectionately known as Ritchie, was not guaranteed a spot on the...

Blessings in a Backpack: Making a Difference in Forsyth County

Blessings in a Backpack: Making a Difference in Forsyth County

Taylor Petrofski, Senior Editor May 19, 2022

The Lambert Vertical Team is hosting a food drive this week from May 16-20. All donations will support the Lambert High School chapter of Blessings in Backpack to provide for families in the upcoming weekends.  Lambert’s...

Photo taken by Sanhita Chatterjee on May 10, 2022.

Goodbye & Good Luck, Mrs. Champion!

Sanhita Chatterjee, Features Staff May 17, 2022

Mrs. Champion has worked at Lambert for nine years, teaching AP Statistics and AP Calculus. Before she became the beloved Longhorn she is now, Champion taught in various schools.  She taught in Pennsylvania...

As the next school year approaches, so will the new wave of freshmen. (August 4, 2009). The majority of sophomores, juniors and seniors can agree that being around freshmen is not always enjoyable. (McBrayn - Wikipedia).

The Not So Anxious Wait For Next Year’s Freshmen

Joshua Mui and Justin Hwang May 15, 2022

We think that we can agree that when it comes to bad decisions in school, you can always count on our freshmen. After all, it was our Freshmen at Lambert who were responsible for losing Lunch and Learn...

Photo of Aaron at his local Walmart. Taken on April 2022.

Just the Beginning: Aaron Vasyliv

Samantha Nyazema, Opinions Editor May 12, 2022

Lambert is an exceptionally talented school filled with students who will become household names. Recently, I was able to sit down with one of these students, junior Aaron Vasyliv.  In our interview,...

Taken by Shahnaaz Khader in July 2021.

Art of Lambert: Nadia Ismail

Hannah Kenyon , Features Editor May 5, 2022

Nadia Ismail is a Junior at Lambert who has an aptitude for art and STEM subjects. She is admired for her wholesome, humble demeanor that shines through her art pieces. For as long as Nadia can...

Here, Tara is at the library she built in her project with an early on-set dementia patient. April 2021. Working with others, they were able to garner enough books to set up a library for patients. (Tara Ravindranathan)

Turning the Pages: Tara Ravindranathan

Ashley Choi, Features Staff April 29, 2022

At Lambert High School, there are a number of students making an impact on their community. One notable student is Tara Ravindranathan. She is a junior currently attending Lambert High and has a strong...

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