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Education around the world according to students

Education around the world according to students

Allie Tatoy and Emma North

March 31, 2018


Filed under Features, Multimedia, Showcase

“It was probably like every other school day on this planet. Starts way to early in the morning, ends way too late in the afternoon, and between that you and your friends try to not fall asleep in countless boring classes," says Felix Garcia who went to Berthold-Brecht_Schule in Darmstadt, Germany.

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Anticipating the opening of Alliance Academy

Anticipating the opening of Alliance Academy

Allie Tatoy, Associate Editor

March 29, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

As the opening of Alliance Academy draws nearer, more and more information is revealed about the career-focused school. Many Lambert teachers will be leaving in order to join the programs that the school has to offer. "Based on pathways, kids will be attending that school. It is strictly an academ...

Is this the end of ISIS?

Is this the end of ISIS?

Josh DeRoche, Staff Writer

March 22, 2018


Filed under Features

Under the Trump administration, America has seen major improvements in the fight against ISIS. In Trump’s first 11 months as president, ISIS lost 18 percent more of its territory compared to the amount lost in the previous 28 months under the Obama administration. The Trump administration also accou...

Student Voice: new school safety measures

Student Voice: new school safety measures

Elizabeth Findley, Editor-in-Chief

March 13, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Following the recent school shooting tragedy in Parkland, Florida where 14 students and three staff members were killed, Lambert High School has implemented new school safety measures designed to better protect students and faculty. These include keeping all doors locked, passes for the students in trai...

How a drive-in movie can help end drinking and driving

How a drive-in movie can help end drinking and driving

Allie Tatoy, Associate Editor

February 27, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

On Friday, February 23, 2018, Lambert students settled in the backs of their cars to watch Captain America: Civil War. Though the event simply seems like a fun way for students to start off the weekend, the story behind the drive-in depicts how Lambert students are changing the world in their own ways. For...

Let’s talk about guns

Let’s talk about guns

Allie Tatoy, Associate Editor

February 15, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

I am a 16-year-old student journalist and I have written too many stories about mass shootings. My name is Allie Tatoy and I am a 16-year-old student journalist for The Lambert Post. There is one topic that continuously has a need to be written about - mass shootings. It comes to a point when one must ask:...

Zarathustra: the story behind the viral cat pictures

Zarathustra: the story behind the viral cat pictures

Jennifer Zhao, Staff writer

February 12, 2018


Filed under Features, Multimedia, Photo Essays

In recent years, there has been a revitalization in the popularity of old paintings with the spread of photoshopped parodies of famous paintings from prominent art periods. One of the artists behind this movement is Svetlana Petrova, a Russian artist who decided to insert her big ginger cat Zarathu...

Star Wars, more like Star Was

Star Wars, more like Star Was

Thia Haney, Staff Writer

February 9, 2018


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Features, Opinions, Showcase

Star Wars: The Last Jedi was released on December 15, 2017, the day all fans of the series will mark as the worst day of their lives. Overall, the movie consisted of fragmented, undeveloped ideas, resulting in a plot that was hard to follow.   A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away…  ...

One Immigrant’s Perspective of America’s Political Atmosphere

One Immigrant’s Perspective of America’s Political Atmosphere

Aniket Adhikari, News Editor

February 6, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

The current political atmosphere of the United States is one of dissonance and disconnect between Washington politicians and the general American populous. Major news outlets write opinion pieces slamming congress for being ineffectual, the president for being incompetent, or some combination of both, and the public as a whole seems divided alo...

The Ghost Ship

The Ghost Ship

Avery Ketcherside, Social Media Editor

February 1, 2018


Filed under Features

Humanity is no stranger to the casualties of war. Stories of love and loss trickle through time and those who hold dear to them ensure the passionate wartime tales are told to generations. We are able to recount the horrific events our ancestors had witnessed or experienced. Hollywood as well, has bec...

Genocide in Myanmar Continues

Genocide in Myanmar Continues

Christina Renzetti, Staff writer

January 29, 2018


Filed under Features

As the genocide in Myanmar continues, it has steadily fallen out of the spotlight of media coverage. Since August, over half a million people have fled from the genocide in the Rakhine state of Myanmar to neighboring Bangladesh. The estimated number of deaths varies between 6,700 to even 9,000. UNICEF officials have estimated that h...

Dairy: is it worth it?

Dairy: is it worth it?

Justin Gibbs-Poe, Opinion Editor

December 20, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase, Uncategorized

American food culture is littered with foods such as pizza, cheeseburgers, butter, yogurt, ice cream and a multitude of other dairy products. These meal options have morphed from being occasional comfort foods to being a staple in American diets. The USDA suggests that humans should have a daily intake of thre...