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Dear Milena- a letter to a Costa Rican child

Dear Milena- a letter to a Costa Rican child

Cameron Adamczyk, Staff Writer
November 17, 2016
Filed under Features, Showcase

Dear Milena,   It’s been a little over a month since I had to say goodbye to you. Standing in the El Manantial confused me. The school was a sanctuary that lays in the middle of a sin-ridden city. Its existence was an oxymoron that made me question how I perceived my life and how I w...

Lambert iGEM: The “Varsity” Team of Academics

Lambert iGEM: The “Varsity” Team of Academics

Nethra Pillai, Online Editor
November 17, 2016
Filed under Features

Lambert’s iGEM team brought home its greatest victory, earning a silver medal and two nominations for best poster and best wiki. According to the official website, “The iGEM Foundation is dedicated to education and competition, advancement of synthetic biology, and the development of open c...

New year, new spirit

New year, new spirit

Bryan McKnight, Staff Writer
November 10, 2016
Filed under Features

Lambert High School introduced a new program upon the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year in order to increase school spirit among students. The Spirit App, with its self-explanatory name, is a platform that students can use to earn “spirit points” for their grade level. Points can be earned through...

The effects of the election on our community

Allie Tatoy and Emma North
November 8, 2016
Filed under Features, Video, Video

The world has its eyes on America in the days leading up to November 8, when the American population determines their new president for the next four years. For the past few months, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have participated in heated debates, been the subject of many scandals and jokes, and...

Sweet Tea Ministries

Sweet Tea Ministries

Emma Bryant, Staff Writer
November 7, 2016
Filed under Features, Showcase

October was Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a time in which people come together to bring awareness and donate money and time to research foundations. Breast cancer, the second most common cancer in women, will infect about one in every eight women born in the United States. This past month  is one of t...

The teacher that has it all

The teacher that has it all

Shreya Desai, Staff Writer
October 31, 2016
Filed under Features

The typical stereotypes of teachers prevail among the judgements of students when evaluating their teaching methods and overall personalities. There are the fun teachers that spend class time cracking jokes, the dictatorial teachers that never seem to give their students a break, the melodramatic teachers...

Lambert High School embraces Red Ribbon Week

Lambert High School embraces Red Ribbon Week

Patrick Bullock, Staff Writer
October 28, 2016
Filed under Features, News, Showcase

Lambert faculty and students reveal their support the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the country, Red Ribbon, this week October 23 - 29 by creating effective anti-drug posters and devising activities for students to participate in throughout the week that promote the Red Ribbon Campaign's...

A world of religions in one school

A world of religions in one school

Emma Bryant, Staff Writer
October 28, 2016
Filed under Features, Showcase

As a growing environment, in the midst of many different cultures, Lambert High School would not be the same without its different beliefs and diversities. Saqlain Awan, Hannah Patterson, and Shari Endo share their thoughts on the religion they practice. Saqlain Awan voices his faith journey. “I...

Racism in Hollywood Still Exists?

Racism in Hollywood Still Exists?

Nethra Pillai, Online Editor
October 28, 2016
Filed under Features

After many Disney fans heard circulating rumors of a ‘whitewashed’ cast for the live-action remake of Mulan, a social media storm ensued. Recently, the petition calling for casting those of Asian descent of Mulan reached its goal of 90,000 signatures. Was the immediate reaction to the rumors questionable...

Lighthouse

Lighthouse

Emma Bryant, Staff Writer
October 24, 2016
Filed under Features

Over the summer, 16 year-old, Sidney Chason, went on a mission trip with her church, Browns Bridge, to Outer Banks, North Carolina. She went with an open mind and open heart to discover what The Lord had planned for her that week. Ever since she has come home, Chason has expressed her desire to return;...

How loss ultimately led to a reunion

How loss ultimately led to a reunion

Shreya Desai, Staff Writer
October 10, 2016
Filed under Features

Hustling, rushing, and overjoyed by wanderlust, the travelers, ecstatic with their differing reasons for being here, swarm from concourse to concourse in search of their designated gate of access. Varying in cultural backgrounds and traveling motives, each individual at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta...

The journal of a Lambert student’s trip to Neply, Haiti

The journal of a Lambert student’s trip to Neply, Haiti

Emma Bryant, Staff Writer
October 6, 2016
Filed under Features, Showcase

Lambert High School junior, Abbey Darwin, spent the last week in Neply, Haiti on a mission trip with Client Command. On September 10, Abbey, the only teenager attending, left for the international airport, leaving with the purpose to immerse herself in the culture of this relational community she would...