The Lambert Post

The not so romantic birth of Valentine’s Day

The most accurate tale concerning the origin of Valentine's Day is one derived from the celebration of Lupercalia, a historic Pagan festival still portrayed in museums across the globe.

Cayla Vanderzanden, Opinion Editor

February 13, 2017

Valentine’s Day sales reached a total of 17.6 billion dollars last year and are estimated to reach 18.6 billion dollars this year alone.  This holiday provokes the exchange of around 150 million cards, being the second most popular card sending holiday, falling second only to Christmas.  It is apparent this celebration is not one t...

A world of religions in one school

Photo drawn and edited by  Resident Artist, Sarah Sander. Christianity, Islam, and Judaism are a few of the largest religions globally, with more than 1 billion followers combined.

Emma Bryant, Staff Writer

October 28, 2016

As a growing environment, in the midst of many different cultures, Lambert High School would not be the same without its different beliefs and diversities. Saqlain Awan, Hannah Patterson, and Shari Endo share their thoughts on the religion they practice. Saqlain Awan voices his faith journey. “I...

Incredible talent, remarkable faith, and all around astounding; Lauren Pearson

Lauren Pearson: The nicest girl you will ever meet.

Lael White, Staff Writer

April 18, 2016

Lauren Pearson is one of these most amazing people you will ever have the pleasure of knowing. Just being near her makes you strive to be a better person. She is hard working and determined, it is because of these qualities that she has made all of her goals into a reality. Lauren started dancing...

The world’s greatest gifts

Jesus will wash your heart, white as snow.

Lael White, Staff Writer

January 26, 2016

Life is like a snow storm in winter, it is unpredictable, fun, and dangerous all at the same time. The wind the storm brings is the fears and dangers of sin, their wailing noises serve as a warning for us, but some don’t take the time to listen to the wind. The snow is a promise of redemption, of...