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A cup of nihilism #30

A cup of nihilism #30

Ann Ding, Resident Artist

April 28, 2018

Someone has graciously pointed out that issue #28 is missing from the Post. I've gotten that remedied and it is now where it belongs!

Tech Tips Tuesday: the Flash… Player on Chrome

Eric Kim Jr., Staff Writer

October 31, 2017

Do not fear! Lambert Tech Tips are finally here! After a couple of week's hiatus, I felt it was about time to bring these lifesavers back online. Today's topic? Enabling Flash Player on your favorite browser. Recently, there have been reports of students being unable to access WebAssign's textbook...

Top advice to underclassmen from Seniors

Top advice to underclassmen from Seniors

Cameron Adamczyk, Staff Writer

May 1, 2017

It’s been a triumphant four years for seniors. When you look around, it is clear that the Class of 2017 dominates the school. The knowledge accumulated over the course of their illustrious high school careers, it is, quite frankly, selfish for us to not share with our predecessors. So, as the underclassmen...

Humans of Lambert

Humans of Lambert

Emma Bryant, Staff Writer

March 20, 2017

"When I was in the second grade, my mom died from a brain tumor. Out of her three sisters, only two were really there for me; it was my dad's side of the family that really supported me. My dad, his mom, my neighbors and countless friends were there for me. As a seven year old, though, it was hard to...

Student voice: Welcome to office, Donald Trump

Student voice: Welcome to office, Donald Trump

Ansley Mitchell, Staff Writer

January 29, 2017

On Friday, January 20, 2017, the United States welcomed a new president: Donald Trump. The new presidency has brought a lot of tension into our country and society. With this tension, students have come out of the woodworks to give Trump some advice going into his presidency.   Ansley Mitchell “H...

Humans of Lambert

Humans of Lambert

Madeline Laguaite, Features Editor

March 1, 2016

"Probably the best piece of advice I've ever received, and have come to live by, is to grow where you're planted. Circumstance, trials, tribulations…I may not be in control of circumstance, but I ultimately have control of how I handle each obstacle in my path. I choose to be strong and confident,...

The Rule of Five: 5 best decisions I made in high school

The Rule of Five: 5 best decisions I made in high school

Jordan Meaker, Editor-in-Chief

February 22, 2016

I've been feeling nostalgic and reflective this week, so this week's edition of The Rule of Five is a bit more like an advice column. As time seems to be flying by quicker and quicker each day and the days until graduation decrease, I’ve been doing a lot of reflection on my years in high school and...