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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...

What’s a Hero…to a Hero?

What’s a Hero…to a Hero?

Morgan Wood, Social Media Editor

December 14, 2017


Filed under Features

During the Heroes and Villains convention in Atlanta on November 18 and 19, I was presented with the opportunity to to dive into the DC universe and see how the stars of DC’s television series interpret heroism. After having a few years under his belt of playing a young, pre-Batman Bruce Wayne ...

A Thousand and One

A Thousand and One

Morgan Quach, Staff Writer

December 14, 2017


Filed under Features

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!

Oh the Places You’ll Go!

Morgan Quach, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

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

Seeing Eye to Eye

Morgan Quach, Staff Writer

November 30, 2017


Filed under Features

“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 ...