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Global warming: a solution through ethical eating

Global warming: a solution through ethical eating

Elizabeth Findley

April 13, 2017


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

Think of the stereotypical American meal: a cheeseburger with fries, a hot dog at a baseball game, bacon and eggs in the morning, fried chicken if you’re living in the South. It’s not hard to spot the common factor tying all of these foods together- meat. It’s no secret that America runs on ...

Antidepressants: One teen’s struggle with depression

Antidepressants: One teen’s struggle with depression

Patrick Bullock, Staff Writers

March 9, 2017


Filed under Opinions, Showcase

I used to struggle with depression. Negative, suicidal, and melancholic thoughts would consume my mind. I found myself unable to enjoy family and friends, and outdoor activities. I didn’t even want to leave my bedroom for the matter. The only comfort I had was my bed, wrapped up in my white sheets. ...

Should parents buy alcohol for their children?

Should parents buy alcohol for their children?

Patrick Bullock, Staff Writer

February 9, 2017


Filed under Opinions

Though strict laws and regulations have been enforced in states all across America, underage consumption of alcohol continues to be a deterring problem that results in deaths from motor vehicle collisions, homicides, over-consumption, suicides, as well as numerous other injuries caused by the dysfunct...

Perspectives on homework from two Lambert students

Perspectives on homework from two Lambert students

Emma Bryant, Staff Writer

January 25, 2017


Filed under Features

  The nonsensical excuse, “my dog ate my homework” stopped working many years ago for many high-school students in Forsyth County. Today, with the pressure and competitiveness that abides in schools, students find themselves loading up on courses, classwork, and extracurricular activities. This i...

Why Generation Z needs more Z’s and less stress

Why Generation Z needs more Z’s and less stress

Jordan Meaker, Editor-in-Chief

April 29, 2016


Filed under Showcase

For years, teenagers have been depicted as the laziest, most apathetic cohort of society, easy punch lines for any stand-up comedian’s routine. Watch any teen movie from the 90’s or early 2000’s, and you’ll no doubt observe the “lazy teenager” trope in all its exaggerated glory. Exasperated...

Barking our way to a good cause

Barking our way to a good cause

Kathryn Raynor, Resident Artist

March 28, 2016


Filed under Showcase

Lambert High School is currently addressing the often underestimated problem of stress by bringing in therapy dogs to work with those who desire help. The dogs are supplied by a non-profit organization called Canine Assistants, and their weekly visits have been making a noticeable impact on students...

Expiration Dates: Expired, Spoiled or Perfectly Ripe

Expiration Dates: Expired, Spoiled or Perfectly Ripe

J'Nea Greer, Staff writer

March 11, 2016


Filed under Showcase

Many studies have shown that Americans waste over 25% of food every year; that’s over 1,000 pounds and 1 million dollars’ worth of food. These drastic numbers may not only be caused Americans being wasteful but simply misled. Expiration dates have been classified as one of the top three reasons ...

Vapor and Mirrors: Exploring the fog of confusion surrounding vaping

Vapor and Mirrors: Exploring the fog of confusion surrounding vaping

Jordan Meaker, Editor-in-Chief

February 13, 2016


Filed under Showcase

“What do you know about vaping?” “Vaping?” I’m in the office of Mary Currie, the school nurse. She seems befuddled, and she frowns, with a look of puzzlement on her face. “Yeah, vaping? Like, smoking electronic cigarettes?” I respond, notes poised to transcribe her thoughts. “...