The Lambert Post

Harm reduction: the answer to unhealthy drug use

Syringe Exchange Programs (SEPs) are just one way that communities  can benefit in the name of harm reduction. Through these SEPs, individuals have a reduced chance of HIV contraction, areas have lower crime rates, and  law enforcement has a lower chance of needle-stick injury by 66%.

Justin Gibbs-Poe, Staff writer

November 2, 2017

 Imagine your community being consumed by the harsh grasp of heroin. Just in your backyard, addiction has redefined lives and turned your local society into a cesspool for individuals to live off the pull of drugs. Teens are getting introduced to prescription painkillers and then getting lulled by drug...

New year, new me with Cross-Fit club

The cross-fit club members, including the coaches, work hard to keep up with their own pace in successfully performing through each exercises.

Kelly Yoon, Social Media Lead

January 21, 2017

A new year means new resolutions. Among the 7 billion people in the world facing the start of 2017, many start making their way to the gym or at least start planning to. They hope to see themselves in much healthier and fitter conditions as they dedicate their days to workout. They hope to strengthen...

School to begin sneaking snacks into vending machine when Michelle Obama isn’t looking

Chocolates, chips, and Chex  Mix are back... but at what cost?

Jordan Meaker, Editor-in-Chief

November 11, 2015

While students are delighted to see the reappearance of tastier snacks in the school vending machines, the truth is that the administrators are playing a dangerous game. Reinstating chocolate and sugary snacks such as Muddy Buddies, chocolate pretzels, and Pop Tarts is no easy task, revealed a vending...