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Picture of ramen!

Patrons of Forsyth, Unite!

NATHAN KIM, Opinion Staff September 14, 2020

As I stare into my pantry, I let out a huge sigh. Another meal, another cup of instant noodles and curry. My dear mother has had it with this virus and “every meal at home” insanity. I don’t blame...

It’s the Namesake of Forsyth County’s Birthday Today: Who Was He?

It’s the Namesake of Forsyth County’s Birthday Today: Who Was He?

Aaron Hsu, News Editor October 22, 2019

The namesake of Forsyth County’s 239th birthday is today.   John Forsyth Sr. was born on October 22, 1780, meaning today is his 239th birthday. Having served as a member of the House of Representatives,...

Students demonstrating the lockdown procedure at Lambert.

Active shooter responses; Lambert’s lockdown

Madeline Parris, Social Media Lead May 8, 2017

School shootings have been a recent issue since the start of a zero tolerance to weapons, drugs, and even attitudes that imply terrible actions to come. This zero tolerance policy started with Columbine,...

In the name of Lambert and South Forsyth high schools, Martin Marietta's Concert in the Quarry will feature live performances, great dining, and a spectacular firework show.

The concert in the quarry comes to Forsyth

Justin Gibbs-Poe, Staff writer May 2, 2017

Martin Marietta’s sponsored event "Concert in the Quarry" gives the local Forsyth community  guaranteed access to a night of music, fun and food. The concert's proceedings will be donated to Lambert...

Anti-drug slogan posters around the school hang from the walls, reminding students to remain drug-free.

Lambert High School embraces Red Ribbon Week

Patrick Bullock, Staff Writer October 28, 2016

Lambert faculty and students reveal their support the oldest and largest drug prevention campaign in the country, Red Ribbon, this week October 23 - 29 by creating effective anti-drug posters and devising...

The construction at the front of Lambert moves more quickly each day.

Pardon our Progress: Lambert’s new look

Jordan Meaker, Editor-in-Chief September 18, 2015

At the start of the new school year, the students of Lambert loaded their backpacks with fresh supplies: pencils, pens, binders, and the like. But two more items could have made the cut for the list of...

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