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How Much School is Too Much School?

Jimena Ruano, Editor-in-Chief February 26, 2021

One thing that stays constant in the life of a student is schoolwork.  Ever since elementary school, school work has been a part of the lives of students all over the world; as our education progresses,...

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Is Patrick Mahomes the New Tom Brady?

Abby Settipani, Features Staff February 2, 2021

On February 7, the Kansas City Chiefs will play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the title of Super Bowl ⅬⅤ Champion.  Although this is the first time in history that a Super Bowl will be hosted in...

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Electric Bikes: Cop or Drop?

NATHAN KIM, Opinions Editor December 21, 2020

Before the pandemic, many consumers spent more time at home with less need for a car. Because of this, sales of pedal bikes and hybrid bicycles grew. Bicycles and their variants, powered by electric motors,...

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Caffeine…Dangerous or Delicious?

ELLIE MILTZ, Opinions Staff December 15, 2020

Caffeine is a substance that is used to help someone stay awake and alert when feeling sleepy and exhausted. It is a crystalline compound found in tea, coffee, and sodas that stimulates the central nervous...

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Disappointed in Die Hard

Abby Settipani, Features Staff December 7, 2020

Last year, I wrote an article for The Lambert Post asking students what their favorite Christmas movies are. Among the list was the movie “Die Hard”. The 1988 film tells the story of an NYPD officer,...

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Peppermint MochYEAH!

Abby Settipani, Features Staff November 19, 2020

This year, we should take all the holiday cheer we can get. The best way to brighten your day is a nice iced peppermint mocha that reminds you of the crisp winter night, the wind whipping against the house...

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Are Dash Cameras Needed?

NATHAN KIM, Opinions Editor November 19, 2020

The Dash Cam has been extremely popular over the last few years, mostly due to its many advantages. Simply put, this is a type of camera that is mounted on your car's dashboard and designed to capture...

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The Truth About Cheer

ELLIE MILTZ, Opinions Staff November 19, 2020

While growing up, children are constantly trying new things. For most boys and girls, it’s sports like soccer or football. As they get older, they begin to develop a passion for what they do. They work...

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Is Astrology a Pseudoscience?

SASHA LOOBY, Senior Editor October 21, 2020

Many people have a casual familiarity with astrology. They would be able to tell you their zodiac sign or perhaps casually scroll through their horoscope every morning. Older generations often fail to...

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Prisons and Their Problems

Jimena Ruano, Editor-in-Chief October 14, 2020

Prison systems are different throughout the world, but one thing the majority have in common is the corruption within these “reform centers”.  One of the main problems is purely because they do...

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Teacher of the Year

ELLIE MILTZ, Opinions Staff October 13, 2020

The Teacher of the Year award is an opportunity for a teacher to be recognized for their hard work, dedication, and talent. At Lambert High School, the teachers all portray many traits that make them great....

For the recent election, citizens are forced to mail in their vote or vote online.

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Voter Fraud: Our Elections in Jeopardy

NATHAN KIM, Opinion Editor October 13, 2020

With the upcoming elections just a few weeks away, both candidates’ political machines are up-at-arms furiously taking jabs at each state’s voting solutions. Absentee voting seems to be the chosen...

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