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Five Things Friday: from rallies to dinosaurs

Five Things Friday: from rallies to dinosaurs

Berry Choi, Staff Writer
August 18, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase

08/12/17: Violent rally in Charlottesville grabs national attention Early Saturday morning, a violent white supremacists rally in Charlottesville, Virginia erupted, resulting in several injuries and the deaths. Shortly before noon, Governor Terry McAuliffe declared a state of emergency after state police reporte...

Lettuce Club? Lettuce Club.

Lettuce Club? Lettuce Club.

Aniket Adhikari, News Editor
August 18, 2017
Filed under News

Meet Lambert’s newest, greenest, healthiest club! Determined to make the school a healthier and more amicable place, senior class students Udit Shah and Pravin Vikram had a seemingly fruitless idea; they wanted to bring students together in a competitive eating setting and unite their peers by sharing a g...

What you need to know about the eclipse

What you need to know about the eclipse

Allie Tatoy, Associate Editor
August 18, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase

For the first time in 38 years, a total solar eclipse will be crossing the continental United States. People have been flocking to get eclipse-approved glasses, find the best location to watch it, and play “Total Eclipse of the Heart” and "Dark Side of the Moon" when it happens. Occurring on Monda...

Violence erupts after white power rally in Charlottesville

Violence erupts after white power rally in Charlottesville

Allie Tatoy, Associate Editor
August 16, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase

`America was shocked when, on Saturday, August 12, 2017, a white nationalist rally on the campus of the University of Virginia grew violent when met by counter-protesters. Rally organizer, Jason Kessler, planned the rally for months in response to the removal of a local statue of Robert E. Lee. ...

Broke from college, broke for life

Broke from college, broke for life

Kelly Yoon, Social Media Lead
May 12, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase

About 68.4 percent of American high school graduates find themselves a part of the new freshmen classes at thousands of colleges and universities across America, which offer enrollment and provide a brand new home. However, after all is said and done, that home is often much too expensive. So, the...

John Ossoff- future of America?

John Ossoff- future of America?

Zain Hyath, Staff Writer
May 11, 2017
Filed under News

John Ossoff, seen as a beacon of hope for the people of his district and and for the future of the nation, has been defying all the odds against him. Running for congress as a Democrat in Georgia's 6th district is almost a lost cause as the seat has been governed by Republicans for the past 38 years, most recently by Rep. Tom Price who has since ste...

The future of premature babies?

The future of premature babies?

Zain Hyath, Staff Writer
May 11, 2017
Filed under News

A new practice is taking the medical world by storm. It has been over 20 years in the making. Currently being used on premature lambs, due to their similarity with human physiology, the medical miracle is making strides in the healthcare world. Led by Dr. Alan Flake, a fetal surgeon and director of the...

The concert in the quarry comes to Forsyth

The concert in the quarry comes to Forsyth

Justin Gibbs-Poe, Staff writer
May 2, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase

Martin Marietta’s sponsored event "Concert in the Quarry" gives the local Forsyth community  guaranteed access to a night of music, fun and food. The concert's proceedings will be donated to Lambert and South Forsyth High School as the event returns to Suwanee, Georgia on Saturday, May 20th. This uni...

Lambert Dance Company showcases a Kaleidoscopic performance

Lambert Dance Company showcases a Kaleidoscopic performance

Allie Tatoy, Staff Writer
May 2, 2017
Filed under News

The Lambert Dance Company amazed the audience during the opening night of their new show, Kaleidoscope, last Thursday. The performance showcased a variety of different dances, from very somber to very lively dances, all centered on the theme of a kaleidoscope and colors. The show differentiates itself ...

Lambert practices kindness: dude. be nice week 2017

Lambert practices kindness: dude. be nice week 2017

Hannah Kim, Senior Editor
May 1, 2017
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Sensing a need for spreading positivity in communities and schools across America, Brent Camalich decided to found an apparel company that promotes precisely that. The dude. be nice project is “platform to inspire people to build a positive community by recognizing a person or group in a fun, creat...

Day of Silence: sometimes in order to be heard, you have to be silent

Day of Silence: sometimes in order to be heard, you have to be silent

Emma North, Photography Editor
April 21, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase

This Friday, April 21 2017, is the annual GLSEN Day of Silence, a student-led national event in which students remain silent to bring awareness to suicide in the LGBTQ community and the silencing effect anti-LGBTQ bullying and harassment in school has on students. Founded in 1996, with the first eve...

President Trump carries out missile strike in Syria

President Trump carries out missile strike in Syria

Allie Tatoy, Staff Writer
April 14, 2017
Filed under News

Last Thursday, President Trump carried out a missile strike in response to the Syrian government’s chemical weapons attack that killed more than 80 civilians.  The military action is a retaliation to Syrian gas attacks. Trump said that he was motivated by a graphic image he saw of the chemical attack’s effect on Sy...