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Official Black Widow Trailer


Obshree Saravana, Senior Editor

March 18, 2020

As many may already know, the official Black Widow movie trailer came out on March 9th. The official movie trailer reveals a little bit more of Natasha Romanoff’s past and her tormented history. As a viewer, we also get to find out more about the Red Room, the place where Natasha was trained to become...

Nearly Everyone in High School Complains Too Much

Varun Joshi, Editor-in-Chief

March 16, 2020

Nearly Everyone in High School Complains Too Much Hating one’s generation is one of the most over-used and annoying stereotypes of all time. The phrase “I was born in the wrong generation” makes my skin crawl with cringe. I am well aware that no matter what generation I was born in, my opini...

Dude. Be Nice

Chaney Duskin, Sports and Entertainment Section Editor

March 16, 2020

"Dude. Be Nice" started in 2014 to inspire students to treat themselves and others better. This is a program that inspires positivity and shifts our culture to include kindness.   The club Compass is going to be running this program. The way Compass plans to do this will be giving each tea...

Lambert Society: Do Higher Standards Mean Higher Satisfaction?

Andrew Gu, Opinion Section Editor

March 16, 2020

It is no question that Lambert has a reputation as being a very rigorous and competitive academic environment. It is reasonable to say that this competition comes from its students setting high standards for themselves or feeling compelled to due to influences from parents or friends. Now, this is in no ...

Change Earth: Lambert Environmental Club 

Emily Weimer, Features Staff

March 16, 2020

Change Earth is a Lambert environmental club with the purpose of convincing students to implement eco-friendly habits in their life to impact the environment. This club promotes actions over thoughts. People post on Instagram about the Australian wildfires and mourn over the loss of human and animal l...

Apple Facing Massive Lawsuit

Caption: Graph representing the prominence of older phones slowing down when new Apple phones are released in comparison to other phone companies. Apple products are represented by the blue line

Avery Haney, News Staff

March 16, 2020

Apple is a technology company that is monopolizing almost all of the most popular devices. Aside from close seconds such as the Mac and Apple Watch, the annual iPhone steals the cake for the most successful Apple product thus far. Because these phones roll out about every year around September, past generation phone...

Entomophagy: The Future Of Food?


Aaron Hsu, News Staff

March 10, 2020

Entomophagy is the practice of eating insects. Some think it’s the future of food and a protein source for a more sustainable future. Insects are already consumed by billions of people worldwide, yet insect-eating is virtually non-existent in the United States, Canada, and several European countries....

Nashville Tornadoes

The picture above shows the extent of the damage caused by the tornadoes that swept through Nashville.

Jimena Ruano

March 10, 2020

Tornadoes swept Nashville, Tennessee, in the early hours of Tuesday, March 3, leaving many devastated and without power.     Schools, businesses, and homes were destroyed across the counties affected by the tornadoes: there are twenty-four confirmed fatalities, including five children un...

The Boomer Bingo Bug

Photo taken by Kelley Walker, a sophomore and an FCCLA officer.

Abby Settipani

March 10, 2020

The obsession that the elderly of America have with BINGO is one that will never be understood until we reach the age where BINGO is a part of every Saturday night. While this stereotype makes for great laughs, BINGO does have its benefits. It increases alertness and increases the socialization among the older residents. Lambert...

Two Monarch Butterfly Activists Killed and Why It Matters

Aaron Hsu, News Section Editor

February 13, 2020

Just this past month, two monarch conservation activists in Mexico were found dead. The deaths have drawn attention to the tangle of disputes and violence surrounding the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve, which encompasses most of the overwintering sites of monarch butterflies.    The...

St. Paul Woman finds Missing Dog after 3 Years, All Thanks to a Beer Can

Monica reunited with Hazel after years of searching

Avery Haney, News Staff

February 12, 2020

Monica Mathis, owner of lost pooch “Hazel” reported she had lost track of her dog 3 years ago while residing in Iowa. After years of dedicated search, her efforts were finally rewarded.  Currently living in Minnesota, Monica marveled at the incredible coincidence that led Hazel to be returning hom...

Why You Should Consider a Tarantula as a Pet

Aaron Hsu, News Section Editor

February 11, 2020

Many people don’t consider tarantulas when looking for an animal companion. They gravitate towards a goldfish or a hamster when tarantulas make just as great of an easy, affordable pet. Here are some of the reasons you should get a tarantula based on my experience.   Pros: There are very little upfront costs The cost of set...