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LDC: Going Viral

LDC: Going Viral

Maha Siripurapu, Opinion Staff

November 20, 2019

The Lambert Dance Company comes back with another breathtaking show, featuring lively dances such as “Bad Guy” and “You need to Calm Down” as well as melodic performances such as “Iris” and “Home.” The Dance Co. performance was outstanding and entertained its audience by providing a var...

Blood Drive: Stayin’ Alive

Cara Radosevich, Features Staff

November 12, 2019

The HOSA Blood Drive, held from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the auxiliary gym, fought the two-year critical need for blood in the US. 21 to 27 student volunteers were needed for the entire day, and a few per class period. HOSA Officers and members who ran the drive arrived at 6:45 a.m. Members organize a ...

Precautions To Take When Alone

Jimena Ruano, Photography Editor

October 29, 2019

A new mean by which kidnappers/sex traffickers are luring people in has shaken up the internet recently. There are new videos on social platforms warning others on what to avoid to stay safe when alone or in their cars. Sex trafficking has become a growing epidemic since the 1800s. The first movement against sex trafficking occurred in England, led by Josephine Butler from 1828 to 190...

Once Upon a LALO Fest

Once Upon a LALO Fest

Livi Wold, News Staff

October 24, 2019

Last Saturday, Lambert High had a thrilling homecoming party with the theme as “Once Upon a Time.”  While the festival was originally supposed to be outdoors, it was moved to the cafeteria due to the rain. An LHS sophomore, Abby Moore, talks about how she would rather have the party be in...

Pep Rally Reveals the Twisted Tales of the Longhorns

Pep Rally Reveals the Twisted Tales of the Longhorns

Laney Halter, Features Staff

October 22, 2019

The pep rally last Friday was filled with many exciting events, including the run-down of the homecoming court, a game of catch your partner, a show-stopping performances by competition cheer, drumline, and our football team, with lots of Longhorn pride. The pep rally for homecoming weekend was on ...

The Homecoming Game Was Mind-Blowing

Abby Settipani, Sports and Entertainment Staff

October 22, 2019

Lambert's Homecoming Football game was Friday, October 18th. The Lambert football team lost to the North Forsyth Raiders by four touchdowns, making this the seventh loss of the season. The first quarter ended with a score of 21-7 Raiders lead. Lambert's touchdown was scored by number 14, Jack Stewart,...

Veganning of Ending Speciesism

Emily Weimer, Features Staff

October 21, 2019

Josefa Wulf and Annabel McGannon, 11th graders at Lambert High School, were interviewed about being vegan for an in-depth profile on students' lifestyles. Veganism's simplified definition is abstaining from animal products (dairy, leather, meat, etc.) due to the exploitation and cruelty of animals....

Teaching Tales to the Terrific Special Needs Students

Teaching Tales to the Terrific Special Needs Students

Laney Halter, Features Staff

October 14, 2019

Sophomores, in Mrs. Langley's first-period honors literature class at Lambert High School, taught a revised fairytale to one of the special education classes, and it was highly successful. Mrs. Langley's class began working with Ms. Nicoletti's special education class the week of September 9, 2019....

Teacher of the Month: Mrs. Wilson

Cara Radosevich, Features Staff

October 14, 2019

Advanced Placement U.S. History teacher Mrs. Wilson has been guiding students for 22 years. She has taught mostly U.S. History, as well as world history. Ten years after becoming a teacher, she was asked to teach APUSH. With her Master’s in U.S. History, Wilson is prepared to help every type of learner a...

The Week Of Homecoming At A Glance

Richard Gregory Chapman III, Sports and Entertainment Staff

October 11, 2019

We are so excited for Spirit week next week, and we are happy to introduce the Homecoming Spirit week schedule. Monday 10/14 - 8 Period Day ~Spirit Day theme is Country vs. Country Club -If you want to dress country, think about flannel, jeans, boots, a wide brim hat, etc. -If you're going...

Rock-n-Bowl for Charity

Aaron Hsu, News Editor

October 10, 2019

Have fun while raising money for charity this Saturday at Stars and Strikes. For a $25 donation, you can enjoy bowling for 2 hours, get a pizza lunch, get a commemorative t-shirt, and win fantastic prizes!   This event is a fundraiser for Mentor Me, a local organization that provides one-on-one...

The Cumming Fair is Finally Here

The Cumming Fair is Finally Here

Jimena Ruano, Photography Editor

October 10, 2019

The Cumming Country Fair is back in town for its 25th year of fun and festivities going on from October 3 to October 13 at the Cumming Fairgrounds.   The annual fair is back for the fall season in Cumming, and people could not be happier! The fair is an excellent place for families and friends...