The Lambert Post

Hallway Fashion

Picture was taken inside an Urban Outfitters store.

SASHA LOOBY, Senior Editor

September 7, 2020

Imagine strolling down a bright, fluorescent-lit hallway, taking in all the fashion choices of the people weaving in and out of your path. You are likely to see a wide range: boys in t-shirts and gym shorts, girls dressed to the nines in skirts and ripped jeans. Everyone alike already donning a cozy sw...

13 Reasons Why

13 Reasons Why has been a controversial show that has provoked many conversations about serious high school issues.

Shreya Desai, Skylar Aledia, and Emma Bryant

May 15, 2017

On March 31, 2017, Netflix released its most watched TV show: 13 Reasons Why. Adapted from the novel by Jay Asher, the teen drama depicts realistic events that occur in high schools everywhere, including suicide, bullying, drinking, drug abuse, sexual assault. Teens experience these incidents on a daily...

Destroying the internet with cyberbullying

Teenagers are constantly on their phones making it easier to be exposed to the dangers of cyber bullying.

Madeline Parris, Social Media Lead

December 16, 2016

Bullying is the use of one’s power to harass another either physically or mentally. Bullying is degrading and humiliating for the victim and can damage a person’s character. But what happens when bullying evolves and electronics are involved? Harassing another person through electronics and social media i...

The United States’ attendance crisis

The Lambert Attendance Office staff hard at work making sure thousands of students are accounted for every day.

Jackson Matray, News Editor

October 10, 2016

Skipping class is a popular pastime for many high school students. It sets students back in lessons and affects the whole class because they often have to accommodate for them by waiting days to finish projects and assignments, which is more time until they can start new material. Schools try to enforc...

Ap exams of May

AP exam schedules are out for all high school students to be informed.

Kelly Yoon, News editor

January 19, 2016

It is official, not only the educators, but also the learners have now started the last semester of the 2015-2016 school year here at Lambert. The rest of the months left will pass by quick enough without further notifications to the students that are planning to take the AP exams held in May. Every...

Taking senioritis to a whole new level

Benny Smith is too busy sleeping to go to school.

Jessica Borla, Advertising Lead

November 20, 2015

“I aspire to be like Ferris Bueller,” explains the cool, sly senior Benny Smith. Since the school year started up around three months ago, Smith has missed a total of 41 days of instruction. He proudly keeps his Campus Portal on display on his laptop screen, pointing out the countless red absent...

Should high schoolers go trick-or-treating?

Teenagers taking the streets on Halloween.

Jessica Borla, Advertising Lead

October 27, 2015

Ding dong! An elderly woman proceeds to stand up from her ancient, creaky recliner for the seventieth time that night and hobbles to the door. “Trick-or-treat!” The little old lady looks up to a group of three massive teenagers who are in full costume, pleading for candy. She tosses a single fun-size...


October 16, 2015

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