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Photo by Jimena Ruano, taken on November 28, 2020

Garden of Lights at the Atlanta Botanical Gardens

Jimena Ruano, Editor- in- Chief December 6, 2020

The Garden of Lights at the Atlanta Botanical Garden is back for another year during the holiday season. Due to COVID-19, the event has taken preventative measures to ensure the safety of the visitors...

Coyote pictured near a residential area in Gwinnett County Georgia
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https://www.gwinnettdailypost.com/local/georgia-looks-to-curb-coyote-population-with-prizes/article_ce25920c-f546-5f83-af37-d8cb28df2c03.html

Coyote Danger in Metro Atlanta Community

Avery Haney, News Editor September 14, 2020

On Tuesday, September 8th, packs of migrating coyotes were spotted evoking issues in metro Atlanta neighborhoods and even causing multiple house pet deaths in the process. Coyotes have been dominating...

Shaky Beats Music Festival returns for its third installment, May 11-13, 2018.

Shaky Beats Music Festival is coming up!

Patrick Bullock, Features Writer March 5, 2018

Atlanta, GA - Shaky Beats Music Festival returns to Atlanta's Centennial Olympic Park for its third installment, May 11-13. Shaky Beats has essentially replaced former Georgia-based EDM festivals such...

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DECA’s GA State Competition

Andrew Hampton, Staff Writer February 13, 2018

A few weekends ago, Lambert's DECA chapter traveled to Hyatt Regency in Atlanta to compete in various events our students are passionate about. Congratulations to all those who have won!

Syringe Exchange Programs (SEPs) are just one way that communities  can benefit in the name of harm reduction. Through these SEPs, individuals have a reduced chance of HIV contraction, areas have lower crime rates, and  law enforcement has a lower chance of needle-stick injury by 66%.

Harm reduction: the answer to unhealthy drug use

Justin Gibbs-Poe, Staff writer November 2, 2017

 Imagine your community being consumed by the harsh grasp of heroin. Just in your backyard, addiction has redefined lives and turned your local society into a cesspool for individuals to live off the...

Hundreds of people gathered in Piedmont Park to celebrate Atlanta's acceptance of its notorious LGBTQ+ community. Although the highlight of the focus was about the LGBTQ+ community, Atlanta's pride had no issues in promulgating its support of many minorities.

Pride weekend: a look into Atlanta culture

Justin Gibbs-Poe, Opinion Editor October 30, 2017

On October 14th and 15th Atlanta’s LGBTQ+ community gathered in the greater Piedmont Park area to celebrate themselves. Whether they were lesbian, gay, transgender, queer, allied, or however they choose...

Once thought of as a debilitating threat to the United States, marijuana is now becoming legal and decriminalized across many states of the country.

Atlanta decriminalizes marijuana

Patrick Bullock, Features Editor October 13, 2017

A bill introduced in March by Councilman Kwanza Hall, aimed to decriminalize marijuana in Atlanta, was unanimously passed in a 15-0 decision by Atlanta’s city council on Monday, October 2nd. Individuals...

21 Savage Concert at the Tabernacle on August 21.

The Rise of “Traplanta”

Nethra Pillai, Online Editor September 1, 2017

Atlanta is the birthplace of trap music. “Trap could be a block outside...Trap music is the reflection of the trap. [People] getting shoot outs in the trap. [People] die in the trap… Trap is your hustle,”...

A young girl holds tickets to spend on activities at the Dogwood festival.

April in Atlanta

Eric Kim, Staff Writer March 31, 2017

It's April already, and along with the month of spring comes a myriad of activities to do in Atlanta: Atlanta city Pass- For only $75 you can purchase a ticket to tour the five most popular Atlanta...

Lambert HOSA members celebrate their chapter and accomplishments.

Lambert HOSA wins big at SLC

Shreya Desai, Staff Writer March 30, 2017

From March 9th to March 11th, 2017, Lambert HOSA attended their State Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. The three day trip to the prestigious event held many opportunities for the members, including...

The new bill would require people with ADHD to see their doctor and get a new prescription every five days.

New bill would require Georgians to get a new prescription for controlled substances every five days

Emma North, Photography Editor February 15, 2017

I sincerely thought it was fake. I was scrolling on the news app when I saw the headline, “Georgia bill would require new ADHD prescriptions every 5 days.” I thought maybe it was satire, until I noticed...

February:

February: “Amor” Edition

Eric Kim, Staff Writer February 11, 2017

For all of the couples out there, here's a few date ideas: Valentine's Day Getaway ($$$$)- Go on a romantic getaway at the Lanier Islands and enjoy a dinner for 2 and breakfast in the morning on the...

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