The student news site of Lambert High School

The Lambert Post

The student news site of Lambert High School

The Lambert Post

The student news site of Lambert High School

The Lambert Post

This picture features a Sourin drop and two Juuls. These e-cigs are just a few on the market that give teens the opportunity to get buzzed.

Juuls: the newest teenage fad

Justin Gibbs-Poe, Staff Editorial March 16, 2018

What are Juuls? E-cigs have been taking over the vaping and tobacco industry. As of 2014, there were 500 e-cigarette brands and more than 7,000 flavors in the market. E-cigs deliver users with varying...

Milk from cows and goats have flooded American diets with cheeses and milk and have been heavily embraced by many due to milks nutritional value; but the downside of dairy consumption lies within the increasing prevalence of lactose intolerance, support for animal rights, and the general care for ones body.

Dairy: is it worth it?

Justin Gibbs-Poe, Opinion Editor December 20, 2017

American food culture is littered with foods such as pizza, cheeseburgers, butter, yogurt, ice cream and a multitude of other dairy products. These meal options have morphed from being occasional comfort...

Many of Hot Yogas claims to stress reduction in contemporary living can be attributed to performing the postures in a difficult environment - a steaming hot room.

The Ins and Outs of Hot Yoga

Patrick Bullock, Features Editor October 31, 2017

What is Hot Yoga? Hot Yoga is defined as various yoga styles that use heat to increase an individual's flexibility in the poses. This article further showcases the benefits of hot yoga, how to prepare...

Besides the greenhouse gas emissions, factory farms also create serious pollution problems for the surrounding areas.

Global warming: a solution through ethical eating

Elizabeth Findley April 13, 2017

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...

According to the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), 13% of all Americans were on antidepressants as of 2012. Many Americans jump to a medicinal style of treatment to cure their depression without looking into the costly negative side affects that accompany antidepressants such as Zoloft or Prozac.

Antidepressants: One teen’s struggle with depression

Patrick Bullock, Staff Writers March 9, 2017

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...

As underage drinking continues to be a problem in America, more teens are turning to their parents rather than utilizing a fake I.D. in means of obtaining bottled liquor.

Should parents buy alcohol for their children?

Patrick Bullock, Staff Writer February 9, 2017

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,...

Junior, Caroline Pham, is studying in five AP classes

Perspectives on homework from two Lambert students

Emma Bryant , Staff Writer January 25, 2017

  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...

Senior Jessica Borla takes a quick break as the finish line of the school year draws nearer. Caught up in the race of getting ahead for college admissions, students often have to sacrifice sleep and socializing, causing the school hours to become a struggle to stay awake.

Why Generation Z needs more Z’s and less stress

Jordan Meaker, Editor-in-Chief April 29, 2016

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,...

Students gather around the pooch for a stress-free visit

Barking our way to a good cause

Kathryn Raynor, Resident Artist March 28, 2016

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...

Expiration dates arent always what they seem.

Expiration Dates: Expired, Spoiled or Perfectly Ripe

J'Nea Greer, Staff writer March 11, 2016

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...

Vaping is the next new thing, and with everything new comes many doubts and uncertainties. But one thing is for sure: it seems that this trend is here to stay.

Vapor and Mirrors: Exploring the fog of confusion surrounding vaping

Jordan Meaker, Editor-in-Chief February 13, 2016

“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?...

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