The Lambert Post

Five Things Friday: from investigation to resignations

Five Things Friday: from investigation to resignations

Berry Choi, Staff Writer

February 23, 2018


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02/18/18: Israeli Prime Minister under investigation On Sunday, Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is under pressure by the public as police arrested seven members of his inner circle, less than a week after the police declared that there was enough evidence to indict the Prime Minister with corruption charges. This investigation- locally named Case 4000- was carried out by the local police and the Israeli Securit...

School safety in response to parkland tragedy

School safety in response to parkland tragedy

Morgan Wood, Social Media Editor

February 22, 2018


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After the most recent school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, Lambert High School is implementing new safety measures to provide a greater sense of security to students. This Valentine’s Day Massacre is just the latest in a growing number of school shootings with...

All Things Amazon

All Things Amazon

Andrew Hampton, Staff Writer

February 8, 2018


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Amazon has had its plate full the past few weeks with all the changes they've been unveiling in regards to its new headquarters and the newest store opening- not to mention the fact that the CEO has now become the richest man worldwide. Amazon is quickly becoming one of the largest corporations on Ear...

Five Things Friday: from the Grammy Awards to CDC

Five Things Friday: from the Grammy Awards to CDC

Berry Choi, Staff Writer

February 2, 2018


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01/28/18: 2018 Grammy Awards On Sunday night, CBS’s annual Grammy Awards brought in 19.8 million viewers across the nation, making it the second most watched programmed event next to the Oscars. Some of the performers included Kendrick Lamar, U2, and Bruno Mars- who also won album of the year for “2...

Kentucky community recovers from America’s 11th school shooting in 2018

Kentucky community recovers from America’s 11th school shooting in 2018

Allie Tatoy, Associate Editor

January 26, 2018


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On January 23rd, America had its 11th school shooting of 2018 alone. This past Tuesday, Marshall High School was met with the deaths and injuries of several students. Some accounts say that the scene was quiet as students, teacher, and faculty ran for their lives. The shooter, 15 years old and utili...

“Moderately severe” flu epidemic occurring in nearly all US states

“Moderately severe” flu epidemic occurring in nearly all US states

Allie Tatoy, Associate Editor

January 25, 2018


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While flu season is something we await every year, this year’s particular strain has been having a worse effect than usual. H3N2, a strain of influenza, is mostly responsible for the outbreak that is now occurring across most states. According to the CDC, the only state not reporting widespread acti...

Five Things Friday: from missile threats to spies

Five Things Friday: from missile threats to spies

Berry Choi, Staff Writer

January 19, 2018


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01/13/18: False ballistic missile threat for Hawaii On Saturday afternoon, an emergency alert notification was sent as a mass text message to the residents of Hawaii stating: “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.” This message also showed up...

Five Things Friday: from the Golden Globes to “White Racism”

Five Things Friday: from the Golden Globes to “White Racism”

Berry Choi, Staff Writer

January 12, 2018


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01/07/18: 75th Annual Golden Globes The 75th annual Golden Globes, hosted by Seth Meyers at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, was held Sunday evening. The Golden Globes were the first major awards ceremony to be held since the sexual harassment accusations against Harvey Weinstein and several other notable n...

Five Things Friday: from Nobel Prize to Net Neutrality

Five Things Friday: from Nobel Prize to Net Neutrality

Berry Choi, Staff Writer

December 15, 2017


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12/10/17: 2017 Nobel Prize Peace Ceremony takes place in Norway On Sunday, ICAN-  the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons- was declared the winner of the 2017 Nobel Prize Peace Ceremony. This organization was honored for being a driving force behind the United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. The new...

Attack on the New York subways

Attack on the New York subways

Aniket Adhikari, News Editor

December 14, 2017


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At 7:30 A.M. on December 12th, 2017, a small remote explosive was detonated in an underground subway on the New York Transit system. The explosion took place in the passage between Times Square and the Port Authority Bus Terminal - one of the busiest sections of the subway. Authorities have quickly labele...

Matt Lauer and Charlie Rose fired for sexual harassment claims

Matt Lauer and Charlie Rose fired for sexual harassment claims

Christina Renzetti and Avery Ketcherside

December 5, 2017


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Today Show Co-Host Matt Lauer and CBS This Morning Co-Host Charlie Rose have been fired over sexual harassment allegations, joining the list of many celebrities and high profile people who have been accused of sexual harassment within the past two months. Also last week, Russell Simmons the CEO of Rush Communications has stepp...

Trump Twitter turmoil

Trump Twitter turmoil

Aniket Adhikari, News Editor

December 1, 2017


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President Trump is once again under fire for comments and statements released through his Twitter, this time echoing anti-Muslim sentiments. On November 29th, Trump retweeted a series of videos by British Far Right extremist Jayda Fransen that portrayed alleged Muslims in a negative light. The video...