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Hayley Franco, a junior at Lambert High School, views the concept of assimilation in an optimistic light due to her grandmother's prior adversities.

Cayla Vanderzanden, Opinion Editor

January 23, 2017

Assimilation: the process by which a minority integrates socially, culturally, or politically into a larger, dominant culture and society. It is often used to reference to immigrants and ethnic groups settling in a new land. “When Fidel Castro took over, Cuban citizens realized everything was going d...

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Sitting outside by the tennis courts, freshmen Hanna Wood explains what it's like to have  ADHD and how it affects her life.

Emma North, Photography Editor

January 17, 2017

“When you have ADHD it’s like you can’t focus and you always have to be doing something with your hands and you tend to have a bit more energy than other people. Not a lot of people know that I have been diagnosed for ADHD but whenever I’m off my medicine people can definitely tell I’m a little...

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Coach Barrett, a Spanish teacher at Lambert High School, found his passion in education.

Cayla Vanderzanden, Opinion Editor

September 23, 2016

“My cause in life is education. I do what I do because I want to make an impact on people. I am investing in the future of America. I try to relate Spanish to students' lives, so they find it meaningful and are motivated to learn more. I try to make it relevant to each person, in terms of “what’s...

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Ms. Kerry Langley is a beloved AP and honors English teacher and a Championship winning swim coach at Lambert.

Quinn Forney, Online Editor

May 13, 2016

"When I had my first two kids, Scott was four and Shawn was two, I worked in advertising and I was pretty successful- I flew around the country. They were the first ones dropped off at daycare and were (unintelligible) last ones to be picked up. I didn't really realize the meaning of life, I was just...

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Lambert sophmore, Chris Kratzer, discusses his hard past and what he has learned.

Cayla Vanderzanden and Elizabeth Findley

May 5, 2016

"Well… just don’t trust people. I mean sometimes people can be good but you just can’t assume that people always are. I used to be this shy little kid, because I didn’t trust anybody. Now, I’m usually cautious about the people I talk to. I don’t not talk to somebody because I’m afraid o...

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Our new senior president is more than ready to serve all students, all staff and the school for the next school year.

Kelly Yoon, News editor

April 18, 2016

"Over the course of high school, I've changed most in how I try to extend my comfort zone. Like any person, I am usually hesitant when I am attempting something unfamiliar. That's normal. However, I've learned to ask myself, 'Why don't I want to do this?' Every single time, my mind starts to spit out...

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Jennifer Wilson, head of Lambert's Student Council and AP US History teacher, discusses some of the best advice she was given.

Madeline Laguaite, Features Editor

March 1, 2016

"Probably the best piece of advice I've ever received, and have come to live by, is to grow where you're planted. Circumstance, trials, tribulations…I may not be in control of circumstance, but I ultimately have control of how I handle each obstacle in my path. I choose to be strong and confident,...

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Mary Currie, the Lambert Highschool nurse, opens up regarding life without her son.

Cayla Vanderzanden and Elizabeth Findley

January 27, 2016

"My Devon, my son that passed away at 20 from bone cancer, he was just a great guy. I would love to see him again. My life basically ended the day my son came home from college and showed this [growth] to me. He had gotten a full ride for football to a Division I team at Louisiana. He got most valuable...