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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

A picture of Nicole posing in her costume., Saturday, December 5, 2020. (Morning Star Studio)

Humans of Lambert: Nicole Liu

Hunter Dzerve, Features Staff December 13, 2021

Nicole Liu, a sophomore at Lambert, is an invested dancer aspiring to be the best version of herself. Nicole dances at Morning Star Dance, where she recently had the opportunity to travel to Mexico for...

Mia Wallace before homecoming on September 11, 2021 (taken by Daisy Guillory)

Humans of Lambert: Mia Wallace

Hannah Kenyon , Features Editor November 10, 2021

Mia Wallace is a Junior at Lambert and is the swim team captain, serves as a Transit leader at North Point every Sunday, and interns at Brookwood Elementary four times a week. Her vivacious personality...

Lane Baylard, a senior, has spent the past school year interning at Mind and Motion, a mental and allied health clinic.

Humans of Lambert

Elizabeth Findley, Editor-In-Chief May 7, 2018

“I intern four days a week at a mental and allied health clinic. One day a week at the mental health side and three days a week at allied health, allied health being physical therapy, occupational therapy,...

Senior, Diellza Koraqi, talks with her team mates outside the UGA law library after competing in the 2018 district mock trial competition.

Humans of Lambert

Emma North, Photography Editor March 13, 2018

“I had never really thought about law until the fifth grade, if that makes sense I know we’re all young anyways. In the fifth grade, my teacher had this program called Mock Trial, and that was the...

Sophomore Megan Hong speaks about how she balances soccer, iGem, viola, and homework.

Humans of Lambert

Allie Tatoy, Associate Editor September 19, 2017

“I’m involved primarily this year in iGem at school - so pretty much we are a synthetic biology competitive team and during November we’re going to Boston to compete at [iGem competition], which...

Humans of Lambert

Humans of Lambert

Jackson Matray, News Editor May 12, 2017

"Before I started screenwriting or directing, I played a lot of music. I've always been a big fan of a lot of different music, so when I was 10, I started playing bass, and then music became an obsession,...

This situation has really had a powerful impact on me personally. Ever since my moms death, I have realized how short life is and I actively choose to not take anything for granted. - Emily Gaggstatter

Humans of Lambert

Emma Bryant, Staff Writer March 20, 2017

"When I was in the second grade, my mom died from a brain tumor. Out of her three sisters, only two were really there for me; it was my dad's side of the family that really supported me. My dad, his mom,...

Sitting outside by the tennis courts, freshmen Hanna Wood explains what its like to have  ADHD and how it affects her life.

Humans of Lambert

Emma North, Photography Editor January 17, 2017

“When you have ADHD it’s like you can’t focus and you always have to be doing something with your hands and you tend to have a bit more energy than other people. Not a lot of people know that I have...

Lambert sophmore, Chris Kratzer, discusses his hard past and what he has learned.

Humans of Lambert

"Well… just don’t trust people. I mean sometimes people can be good but you just can’t assume that people always are. I used to be this shy little kid, because I didn’t trust anybody. Now, I’m...

Our new senior president is more than ready to serve all students, all staff and the school for the next school year.

Humans of Lambert

Kelly Yoon, News editor April 18, 2016

"Over the course of high school, I've changed most in how I try to extend my comfort zone. Like any person, I am usually hesitant when I am attempting something unfamiliar. That's normal. However, I've...

Mary Currie, the Lambert Highschool nurse, opens up regarding life without her son.

Humans of Lambert

Cayla Vanderzanden and Elizabeth Findley January 27, 2016

"My Devon, my son that passed away at 20 from bone cancer, he was just a great guy. I would love to see him again. My life basically ended the day my son came home from college and showed this [growth]...

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