The Lambert Post

Equal Pay

Obshree Saravana, Senior Editor

January 16, 2020

Many don't question the issues that equal pay poses to the economy and many lives. They also don't realize that wage discrimination is also illegal, according to the Equal Pay Act of 1963.  Equal pay is something that women and athletes around the world have been fighting for for decades. Soccer player, Me...

Jumanji: The Next Level

Maha Siripurapu, Opinion Staff

January 15, 2020

Jumanji is a classic which has evolved over the past years. It started as a picture book by Chris Van Allsburg where two children, Judy and Peter, find a magical board game and its dangers come to life; it became an amazing adventure film with new details. For example, a character is trapped in the w...

Indian Flatbread Tierlist

Prateek Yadav, Opinion Staff

January 14, 2020

Flatbreads are an absolute necessity in any Indian Food (unless if you’re one of those families that exclusively eats Idli, which is your personal problem). Over my 17 years of human existence, I think I have eaten enough flatbreads to comprehensively rank each. These are all my personal opinion, so...

‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ Review

Cara Radosevich

January 14, 2020

The Rise of Skywalker did some characters dirty but had solid plot twists and explanations. The movie clarifies where Supreme Leader Snoke came from, the villain in the first two films of the trilogy. When Kylo Ren visits Emperor Palpatine, there is a shot of clones of Snoke in tubes, who was defeate...

‘The Mandalorian’ Season 1 Review: This is the Way

‘The Mandalorian’ Season 1 Review: This is the Way

Andrew Gu, Opinion Staff

January 9, 2020

It has finally happened. The small-screen side of Star Wars has made its live-action debut with The Mandalorian, and what a first impression it has made. Spearheaded by Dave Filoni, who was the main man behind beloved shows like The Clone Wars and Star Wars Rebels, along with Jon Favreau, who directed...

Why Midterms Should Not Exist

Emily Weimer, News Staff

December 16, 2019

The week of anxiety-ridden insanity stemming from seven soul-crushing tests- also known as midterm week for high school students- should not exist.  Midterms are about memorization The school system is severely negligent as it promotes the belief that students can accurately display their intelligence...

Die Hard: The Perfect Christmas Movie

Die Hard: The Perfect Christmas Movie

Andrew Gu, Opinion Section Editor

December 13, 2019

When Christmastime rolls around, all of us commence our yuletide routine. We play the classic carols, light the fireplace, pour the hot chocolate, and of course, we all gather to watch our favorite Christmas movies. We all know the ones: Home Alone, A Christmas Story, Elf, It’s a Wonderful Life, among ...

Timeless Christmas Songs

Maha Siripurapu, Opinion Staff

December 11, 2019

From late-November and onwards, Christmas songs become unavoidable. You’ll hear them at any party, while shopping, and especially when you turn on a TV or radio. When it comes to making your own Christmas playlist, you’ll probably want festive favorites: Wham!, Mariah, Michael Buble, etc. Lambert stu...

Are Our Schools Safe?

Jimena Ruano, News Staff

December 6, 2019

Teachers and students have a type of relationship that requires having respect towards one another, but sometimes the respect between them disappears and, suddenly, the environment can become hostile and unsafe.    Adolescents have a tendency of being “over the top”, but when they decide to t...

McGregor vs Cerrone: The Perfect Fight at the Perfect Time

McGregor vs Cerrone: The Perfect Fight at the Perfect Time

Andrew Gu, Opinion Section Editor

December 5, 2019

Very recently, an announcement has been made that may very well be a dream-come-true for MMA fans. Former UFC Two-Division Champion, Conor McGregor, is finally making his return to the octagon, and his opponent couldn’t have been a better pick: Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone. From the UFC’s perspective, t...

Google Docs vs. Microsoft Word

Greg Chapman, Sports and Entertainment Staff

December 5, 2019

In recent years, Microsoft Word and Google Docs have been inaudibly waging war for the title of the best word processor. While most of us have been using Word for decades to draft everything from school essays to resumes to relevant work documents, the Google Docs web-based platform is a total game-change...

Bugs: Where are their Animal Rights?

Bugs: Where are their Animal Rights?

Aaron Hsu, News Section Editor

November 22, 2019

A lot of insects and arachnids often get a bad rep and are subsequently squashed, but do they deserve this? Most of these fears towards these animals stem from urban legends or their strange alien-like looks, but the overwhelming majority of them are harmless, or even beneficial to humans. We should...