The Lambert Post

Your GPA isn’t a PSA

Prateek Yadav, Opinion Staff

November 8, 2019

Students today are increasingly vocal about their personal grades, which is, in my opinion, an underlying issue in school society.   To begin with, sharing grades has never been particularly encouraged by anyone. In fact, most teachers urge that students keep their grades to themselves. To an extent...

A cup of nihilism #31

A cup of nihilism #31

Ann Ding, Resident Artist

May 5, 2018

It's the final stretch of the year to get those grades where they need to be!

Race to 3:40 short: Midterms

Race to 3:40 short: Midterms

Sarah Sander and Ananya Mehta

January 11, 2018

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A cup of nihilism #12

A cup of nihilism #12

Ann Ding, Resident Artist

December 2, 2017

Savor life's little happy surprises.

A cup of nihilism #5

A cup of nihilism #5

Ann Ding, Resident Artist

September 23, 2017

Sometimes we may not be pleased with the grades we receive in school. Some of us tear out our own hair stressing on how it could have happened when we tried so hard. Take a breath, have a cup, and resolve to make appropriate improvements to your study habits. Don't obsess over your failures, especially...

26.7% of Lambert’s Students could Succumb to Failure

At what grade are you failing your personal educational goals?

Morgan Quach, Staff Writer

August 31, 2017

While stuck in the American school system, students have defined the term “failure” to fit within their own lives. Whether their definition of the word symbolizes a grade percentage or an overall sense of defeat, the thought of failing in a student’s mind can be very negative. Lambert High...