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Chasing fall through New England

Chasing fall through New England

Nethra Pillai, Online Editor

October 26, 2017


Filed under Multimedia, Photo Essays, Showcase

Over fall break, I designed a seven-day family road trip from Atlanta to New Hampshire. We passed through every New England state except for Rhode Island, and stopped at Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire. Admittedly, Pennsylvania does not fall under the New Englan...

Discover Nashville

Discover Nashville

Morgan Wood, Social Media Editor

October 17, 2017


Filed under Photo Essays, Showcase

The city of Nashville, Tennessee, is renowned as a home to country music, southern hospitality, and acclaimed universities. From the streets lined with honky tonks each echoing their own live music to the pristine campus of Belmont University, Nashville, along with her soulful locals, lives up to...

DragonCon: a community of 80,000 people

DragonCon: a community of 80,000 people

Emma North, Photography Editor

October 3, 2017


Filed under Multimedia, Photo Essays, Showcase

For many people, Labor Day weekend in Atlanta means DragonCon. If you haven’t already heard, DragonCon is the “largest multi-media, pop culture, convention focusing on science fiction & fantasy, gaming, comics, literature, art, music, and film in the universe,” and occurs annually over Friday, S...

Why Iceland should be your next vacation destination

Why Iceland should be your next vacation destination

Mahima Siripurapu, Editor-in-Chief

April 2, 2017


Filed under Photo Essays, Showcase

Iceland is a scenic island located 846 miles northwest of the United Kingdom. The island, located in the north atlantic, boasts a climate true to its name: icy. The country's rocky, icy terrain does not lend itself well to to agriculture, however what Iceland lacks in its agricultural industry it makes up in its fishing, en...

Vietnam Veterans Bring “The Things They Carried” to Life

Vietnam Veterans Bring “The Things They Carried” to Life

Bryan McKnight, Staff Writer

March 31, 2017


Filed under Photo Essays, Showcase

On Tuesday, April 28 two Vietnam war veterans, Thomas McDonald III and Jim Beddingfield, came into Mrs. Rose’s and Mrs. Jimenez’s classes at Lambert High School for three periods to talk about their experiences and relate it to the novel The Things They Carried. The students have been reading ...

International night wrap up

International night wrap up

Shreya Desai, Staff Writer

March 14, 2017


Filed under Photo Essays, Showcase

Lambert High School is peppered with a huge variety of cultures, and this diversity allows the students to be exposed to many different kinds of people. Out of the 180 seemingly long days of school, there is one night in which the students have the opportunity to represent their cultures and backgroun...

Lambert takes on Beta Convention

Lambert takes on Beta Convention

Hannah Kim, Senior Editor

February 7, 2017


Filed under Photo Essays, Showcase

For the first time in the school history, Lambert’s Beta Club attended Georgia’s Beta Convention. This year, the Convention was held in Savannah from Jan. 18-20 for the first time, a change from its usual location in Atlanta . The event is an opportunity for all Georgia high school Beta Clubs to...

Inside Lambert’s culinary arts program

Inside Lambert’s culinary arts program

Emma North, Photography Editor

January 26, 2017


Filed under Multimedia, Photo Essays

The hustle and bustle of a kitchen can not be ignored. To someone that's never witnessed what goes on in Lambert's Culinary Arts class they might call it chaos, but that's not true. Lambert's culinary arts teacher, Mrs.King, recently won teacher of the year, so The Lambert Post decided to take a look...

Forensics students perform DNA Fingerprinting

Forensics students perform DNA Fingerprinting

Shreya Desai, Staff Writer

December 12, 2016


Filed under Photo Essays, Showcase

Mrs. McAllister’s 3rd period Forensics class performed the DNA Fingerprinting lab using balloons in an attempt to identify minutiae characteristics and the students’ fingerprint patterns, inducing a curious and stimulating environment. The first-year forensics students started the lab off ...

Time flies on Captiva Island

Time flies on Captiva Island

Emma North, Photography Editor

November 29, 2016


Filed under Multimedia, Photo Essays

   

Class of 2017 signing day

Class of 2017 signing day

Amanda Merritt, Staff Writer

November 17, 2016


Filed under News, Photo Essays

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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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