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Idolized Historical Figures that are Actually Controversial People

Livi Wold, Features Staff March 26, 2021

Unfortunately, the American education system has a tendency to idolize historical people that, when researched, you can discover that they often didn’t practice what they preached. While yes… everybody...

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Jimena Ruano, Editor-in-Chief March 22, 2021

This year’s 63rd annual Grammys, aired March 14, sparked a great deal of controversy as to how the Recording Academy treats artists of color. This year, fans were angered by the Grammys’ failure...

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Sustainable Shopping

Livi Wold, Features Staff March 16, 2021

What does it mean to be sustainable? The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), a government agency assigned with environmental protection matters, best explains sustainability.  “Sustainability...

Hosea Williams leading the first march on Cumming celebrating the anniversary of Dr. King’s birthday, January 17th, 1987. Photo by Gene Blythe/AP.

The Racism Hidden Beneath Our Feet

COLBY LANGLEY, Features Editor February 26, 2021

In an effort to reveal the scars pervading Forsyth's community, on January 24th in downtown Cumming the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) unveiled a memorial to a Black man that was lynched by a white mob...

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Alzheimer’s Dementia: From “Where Did My Keys Go?” to “Who Am I?”

TAYLOR PETROFSKI, Sports Editor February 19, 2021

What is Alzheimer’s Disease? According to the Alzheimer's Association, “Dementia is a general term for loss of memory, language, problem-solving and other thinking abilities that are severe enough...

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Get Involved in Lambert’s LLS Hero Squad Fundraiser!

SASHA LOOBY, Senior Editor February 17, 2021

Lambert High School is proud to support The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) for the 2020-2021 school year with the LLS Hero Squad Fundraiser! This program allows schools to register with the organization...

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Snow Myths

Jimena Ruano, Editor-in-Chief February 11, 2021

It’s a cold February morning. You’re getting ready to go to school when your mom suddenly storms into your room with a giant smile on her face, “Look outside” she says as you hastily make your...

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Mrs. Nicoletti and the Special Education Program

NATHAN KIM and COLBY LANGLEY February 9, 2021

Most people think that heroes are best illustrated by comic book characters wearing tight bright spandex and colorful capes, but everyone knows that oh-so-famous saying, “not all heroes wear capes”....

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Keeping the Bryant Memory Alive

ELLIE MILTZ, Opinions Staff February 3, 2021

January 26, 2020: it was an early Sunday morning. Kobe Bryant and his daughter, Gigi, had taken a helicopter to attend a basketball tournament. Suddenly, the helicopter crashed in Southern California....

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A Math Teacher’s Journey Summed Up

Avery Haney and Livi Wold February 1, 2021

Lisa Kuroski, a current Algebra II and Accelerated Precalculus teacher at Lambert High School has an impressive academic and professional life. From a systems engineer to a regional technical manager,...

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Who’s Got That Longhorn Pride? Ms. Stovall!

Jimena Ruano and Abby Settipani February 1, 2021

On the crisp January afternoon almost done with her day, Macy Stovall, a World History teacher at Lambert, spoke to us about being a Lambert alumna, her first year as a teacher and the welcoming atmosphere...

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Lambert High’s Very Own FCCLA Chapter

Jimena Ruano, Editor-in-Chief January 27, 2021

The feeling of being welcomed by the fresh smell of breakfast as you walk into a bustling room full of conversation and laughter, this is the feeling as you enter an FCCLA meeting held every first Wednesday...

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