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Wall-to-Wall Spirit Games

Wall-to-Wall Spirit Games

Andrew Gu, Chaney Duskin, Livi Wold, Jimena, Avery Haney, Emily Weimer, and Cara Radosevich

December 16, 2019

Wall-to-Wall Spirit games took place last Friday in different spots around the school. Teachers represented grade levels in a competition for spirit points. The freshman class won the spirit belt this semester, and the sophomores came in second.     During fifth period, The Oreo cookie slide t...

Track and Field Informational Meeting

Chaney Duskin, Sports and Entertainment Editor

November 4, 2019

The Track and field team had their informational meeting on November 1st, where they talked about their upcoming season this spring.   At the informational meeting, Coach Nesbitt talked about important information that students need to know to join the Track and Field team.   Conditioning...

Speaker Visits Lambert To Spread Awareness On Vaping

 Pictured above, is health advocate Kenny Haney

Jimena Ruano, Photography Editor

October 24, 2019

Health advocate, Kenny Haney, will be visiting Lambert High School to inform the freshmen and sophomores of the dangers of vaping on Monday, October 28th, 2019. With the sudden vaping epidemic, schools have been taking extra precautions to make sure their students are informed about the consequences of vap...

The Lambert Color Guard Spectacularly Spinning Into This Year’s Season

Abby Settipani and Chaney Duskin, Sports and Entertainment Staff

September 27, 2019

With over four championships under their belt, Lambert’s Colorguard is lighting up the football field with their bright colors and their brilliant dance moves. They are here to impress and entertain at half time football shows and competitions. With busy practices and a lot of hard work, the Lambert...

The Annual Sandy Springs Festival Returns For Its 34th Year

Image source: heritagesandysprings.org

Aaron Hsu, News Section Editor

September 27, 2019

Hosted by Heritage Sandy Springs, the Sandy Springs Festival will run this weekend on September 28, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and on September 29, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. There is no admission fee. The festival will be at the Heritage Green at 6075 Sandy Springs Circle and at the City Springs at 1 Galambos Way. &...

Cross Country Conditioning

Abby Settipani

September 6, 2019

Starting June fourth, Lambert’s Cross Country team’s training begins at 6:15 a.m. During training, the team endures hour-long runs to build their endurance while running uphill for miles.    “Usually the least we would run would be two, two and a half miles, and that’s for newer r...

Free PSAT Mock Testing at Local Library

Livi Wold, News Staff

September 3, 2019

 On Saturday, September 14, Sharon Forks Library provides free mock PSAT testing, scores, and feedback for students in middle and high school.   They are collaborating with Applerouth Tutoring Services in Meeting Room Side A at 10:30am - 2:30pm. In order to register, students need to sig...

What Happened to Woodstock 50?

Aaron Hsu, News Editor

September 3, 2019

The 50th anniversary of the first Woodstock festival occurred this weekend without an official event, as it was canceled earlier in the year by producer Michael Lang. Lang had imagined a huge three-day music festival that would draw 150,000 people to upstate New York, true to the original Woodstock in 1969. ...

Juuls: the newest teenage fad

This picture features a Sourin drop and two Juuls. These e-cigs are just a few on the market that give teens the opportunity to get

Justin Gibbs-Poe, Staff Editorial

March 16, 2018

What are Juuls? E-cigs have been taking over the vaping and tobacco industry. As of 2014, there were 500 e-cigarette brands and more than 7,000 flavors in the market. E-cigs deliver users with varying amounts of nicotine, toxins, chemicals, and carcinogens, they don’t possess the same negatives of ...

Boys and Girls Basketball Fall in the Sweet Sixteeen

Girls Basketball had a strong season and they are sad to see the seniors leave

Lucas Kochevar, Staff Writer

March 1, 2018

     Both Lambert Basketball teams made it to the second round of state as they were fighting for their chance at the state championship. The boys advanced after beating Mill Creek and the girls advanced after beating Mill Creek as well.        The girls team went against the N...

Lambert Boys Win the Region Championship

Lambert Seniors look to make a run at state to finish their careers. (Pic Creds: Lambert Basketball Website)

Lucas Kochevar, Staff Writer

February 15, 2018

      The Lambert boys team battled their way through a very long road that had a stop at the region championship against West Forsyth Wolverines. The Longhorn boys came into this game with a 21-5 record with an exceptional 8-2 record in the region. West Forsyth  has had a resurgence in their...

Dairy: is it worth it?

Milk from cows and goats have flooded American diets with cheeses and milk and have been heavily embraced by many due to milks nutritional value; but the downside of dairy consumption lies within the increasing prevalence of lactose intolerance, support for animal rights, and the general care for one's body.

Justin Gibbs-Poe, Opinion Editor

December 20, 2017

American food culture is littered with foods such as pizza, cheeseburgers, butter, yogurt, ice cream and a multitude of other dairy products. These meal options have morphed from being occasional comfort foods to being a staple in American diets. The USDA suggests that humans should have a daily intake of thre...