The Lambert Post

Fighting Social Isolation This Week: It’s All About Trust

In light of recent events, we can not be afraid to place our trust in those around us. By reaching out to new people,  anyone can help combat social isolation.

Ananya Mehta, Staff Writer

March 8, 2018

Something most people don’t know about me is that I have a natural inclination to trust anyone and everyone. I have faith in the strangers around me because I believe people are innately good. Following the Parkland Shooting, Lambert administration took certain precautions in an attempt to keep students ...

My Trip to Arbor Terrace: Fighting Social Isolation This Week

The elderly are often victims of social isolation. The image above closely depicts a heart-wrenching scene I witnessed as I preformed with Music Heals at Arbor Terrace.

Ananya Mehta, Staff Writer

November 16, 2017

This past weekend I was fortunate enough to receive the opportunity to perform at Arbor Terrace with Music Heals, a brilliant volunteer organization that enlists musicians to brighten the days of the elderly residing in local senior centers. People often forget that the elderly are actually some of th...

A cup of nihilism #4

A cup of nihilism #4

Ann Ding, Resident Artist

September 16, 2017

This piece goes out to all the seniors, but it can really apply to everyone. Enjoy your youth while you can. Change can be so stressful, but remember that it is inherent to living. Life can go by fast, and soon you may find yourself on a different path from those close to you. Yet in the end, all of...

Change is singular: “Be kind”

Mahima Siripurapu, Elizabeth Findley, Cayla Vanderzanden, Emma North, Eric Kim, and Sarah Sander

October 6, 2016

Chnage is singular. Be kind.

Our social media obsession: Are we manufacturing memories?

Logan White, Literary Editor

March 16, 2016

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#JusiceforAnthony

Many consider the indictment of Robert Olson in Dekalb County a turning point in the fight against unnecessary police violence towards African Americans.

J'Nea Greer, Staff Writter

January 22, 2016

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