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The Lambert Post

Students at Trunk or Treat on October 29th, 2022

A Recap On Trunk-or-Treat

Natalie Ogden, News Editor November 3, 2022

Lambert's Student Government Association hosted its annual Trunk-or-Treat celebration  on Saturday, October 29th in the gym parking lot.  Originally started by church groups in the 1990s, Trunk or...

Halloween Around the World

Halloween Around the World

Anandita Mitra, Staff Writer October 31, 2022

Halloween, which is celebrated annually on October 31st, is one of the world’s largest festivals. It is also one of the oldest traditions and reflects on an essential element for humans: the relationship...

Carved pumpkins lit with candles, or Jack O Lanterns, are a common Halloween activity. Originating from Ireland, carve pumpkins and other gourds are said to ward off evil spirits associated with the coming winter.

Trick-or-Treating Alternatives

Natalie Ogden, News Editor October 24, 2022

For many, trick-or-treating is a childhood staple. There is something nostalgic about dressing up and running door-to-door with friends and family that stays with us forever. In recent years, however,...

Jack O Lanterns at night. Jack O Lanterns are a popular Halloween tradition. (Wikimedia Commons/Paul Hermans)

Tricking and Treating For All

Joshua Mui, Opinion Staff, Online Editor October 19, 2021

It’s a chilly, dark, October night. Witches and zombies roam the street as screams rip through the air and the wind picks up. Gotcha! It’s just Halloween on a typical suburban street. It’s a memorable...

Photo by Dave Smith, taken on October 6, 2008, All rights reserved,

The History of Halloween

SASHA LOOBY, Senior Editor October 26, 2020

Halloween this year is likely to look a little different. As we try to stay festive while still complying with CDC guidelines, many people find themselves disheartened by the restrictions. Though we may...

10 Last-Minute Halloween Costumes

Livi Wold, News Staff October 30, 2019

10 Last-Minute Halloween Costumes BY: LIVI WOLD Halloween is almost here, and many still don’t have a clue of what their Halloween costume is going to be. However, we’ve got you covered because...

The Origins of Halloween

Jamie Chen, Features Staff October 30, 2019

As Halloween creeps closer, families rush around buying candy and costumes, but why do we celebrate Halloween in the first place? Halloween does not have a specific origin. Rather, the holiday is a mix...

Lambert’s Beloved Halloween Movies

Emily Weimer, Features Staff October 24, 2019

Lambert students and teachers channel the Halloween spirit through loved sinister and eerie Halloween films.  Students enjoy a mixture of childrens spooky movies and modern-day horror films. Favored...

Learn about the ghoulish ins and outs of the much loved holiday of Halloween

History of Halloween

Avery Ketcherside, Social Media Editor October 31, 2017

As the leaves change into vibrant warm colors and the air becomes cooler with crisp smells of cinnamon, hickory and other spices, Americans all over welcome the fall season. With fall, comes sweaters,...

“[My family and I] were watching Face Off and I said ‘I wanna do that’ and Diego [my brother] said ‘You can’t do that,’ and I was like ‘Watch me,’ so I did it, says sophomore Olivia Nogales on what motivated her to begin doing FX makeup.

Humans of Lambert

Allie Tatoy, Associate Editor October 30, 2017

“I watched a show called Face Off in sixth grade and I basically said, ‘I wanna do that,’ so I did. I watch a lot of YouTube videos and I just kind of recreate it and I do that a lot. It’s fun...

A cup of nihilism #8

A cup of nihilism #8

Ann Ding, Resident Artist October 28, 2017

Be wary of your inner fears. Happy Halloween!

Pictured is the Toccoa River Swinging Bridge in Fannin County, Georgia, right outside of Blue Ridge.

Rx: Fall Bucket List

Morgan Wood, Social Media Editor October 24, 2017

It’s that time of year. There are leaves crunching underfoot and cinnamon brooms in the grocery lobbies. Fall is here again. With all the activity in this crisp and vibrant season, it can be hard to...

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