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Trunk or treat

Trunk or treat

Christine Park, Staff Writer

November 1, 2016


Filed under Photo Essays

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Dancing through Massachusetts

Madeline Parris, Social Media Lead

October 25, 2016


Filed under Video

This summer I attended a week-long dance camp in Berkshire Hills, Massachusetts. This camp is called Dance Sessions and was created by a group of professional dancers who want to share their passion and wisdom with young dancers looking to pursue it as a career. The camp is out in the middle of no where,...

Ask a teacher- Ms. Cantrell

Ask a teacher- Ms. Cantrell

Christine Park, Staff Writer

October 25, 2016


Filed under Video

Ms. Cantrell, a Biology and Scientific Research teacher, is now in her 11th year of teaching; she is currently the head of the Science Department. Through her passion for teaching, animals, and traveling, Ms. Cantrell gives viewers a taste of her life. Questions asked:  Can you introduce yoursel...

The musings of an American in Italy

The musings of an American in Italy

Mahima Siripurapu, Editor-in-Chief

October 18, 2016


Filed under Photo Essays, Showcase

Abandoning Black Friday shopping is a sin. I sinned last Black Friday. I left the country and gave up my favorite holiday for something slightly more expensive: Italy. 3 airports, 15 hours, 1 week after a terrorist attack, all for a country whose consumerist trends do not dictate celebrating Black F...

Ask a teacher- Mrs. Raines

Ask a teacher- Mrs. Raines

Christine Park, Editor

October 14, 2016


Filed under Video

  Hurricane Matthew, a storm that is named to be the most powerful hurricane in over a decade, is currently affecting many citizens through the high winds and heavy rain. It has been reported that Hurricane Matthew has already affected over 4 states. In this video, Mrs. Raines shares her own...

Roaming the pulse of Tennessee’s heartbeat: Nashville

Roaming the pulse of Tennessee’s heartbeat: Nashville

October 6, 2016


Filed under Multimedia, Photo Essays, Showcase

Sing. Dance. Smile. If you don't know already, Nashville is a culture of its own. You will be taken back by the diverse music scene, the endless amount of activities, and the popular attractions. Come along with me as we venture out to Nashville's most tried-and-true hotspots...

Protest in the center of downtown Atlanta

Protest in the center of downtown Atlanta

Emma North, Photo Editor

October 6, 2016


Filed under Showcase, Video

A protest took place in downtown Atlanta last week, Sept. 24, one of many that have happened and are happening throughout the country. The protest involved the Black Lives Matter movement with a focus on protesting against police violence, the crowd chanting things such as "don't shoot" and "unity."...

Two Cultures, Two Homes

Two Cultures, Two Homes

Allie Tatoy, Staff Writer

October 3, 2016


Filed under Photo Essays, Showcase

Out of the things I expected upon going to my hometown in the Philippines, to be dragged to the market by my family to see a man chop a cow’s tongue, or dila, out of its head, was not one of them. Here I was, back in my hometown, which I visited around every four years. After three connected fl...

Forensic students construct mock crime scenes using pickles

Forensic students construct mock crime scenes using pickles

Patrick Bullock, Staff Writer

September 13, 2016


Filed under Photo Essays, Showcase

LAMBERT HIGH SCHOOL - On Thursday, September 8, groups of students from Mrs. Mcallister's forensic science classes devised various types of model crime scenes consisting of deceased pickles.

Around the world in six conversations

Around the world in six conversations

Ansley Mitchell, Staff Writer

September 13, 2016


Filed under Photo Essays, Showcase

There is no need to go traveling around the world in eighty days when many students at Lambert were globetrotters for a cause this summer. If I were asked, I would tell all about my mission trip to Honduras. Sam Genzale would try her best to sum up into words her mission trip to Haiti. Emily Wickman wo...