The Lambert Post

Local senior reflects on the lessons he took away from high school.

OP-ED: Was I supposed to learn something in high school?

Riley Findley, Opinions Editor November 11, 2015

When I entered high school four years ago, I expected the greatest challenge that I had faced thus far. Throughout my freshmen year I waited cautiously for the difficulty spike to rise from the mediocre...

The correlation between teens and cats are depicted through Kathryn Raynor's comic. Maybe humans and felines aren't so different after all.

Teenagers vs cats

Kathryn Raynor, Resident Artist October 28, 2015

Former, accomplished musician quits in order to do nothing.

Study finds that students quit band when they discover music streaming

Riley Findley, Opinions Editor October 27, 2015

Noting that participation in marching band has fallen significantly in upperclassmen, a study published by the Red Onion has found that interest in marching band continues to decline as more teenagers...

This flag is used as a representation of the community present at GSA.

Gay Straight Alliance rebooted at Lambert

Riley Findley, Opinions Editor October 27, 2015

The Lambert GSA (Gay/Straight Alliance) has technically existed for years. A charter, a necessity to start a club here at school, sponsored by a faculty member, already was filed and listed on the school...

Student, Sam Waters, stands in the halls of Lambert with confidence in her talking points.

OP-ED: Off with tradition’s head

Samantha Waters, Student Submission October 19, 2015

It’s not surprising that a nation built under the principle of “all MEN are created equal” would discriminate against women.  In today’s society the traditional roles, values, and thoughts placed...

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