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Students moving on to the next chapter of their life.

STAFF EDITORIAL: What was your biggest learning experience outside of the classroom (this year)?

May 17, 2016

Jessica Borla – The biggest learning experience I had outside of the classroom this year was time management. Throughout middle school and high school, I competed in dance at my dance studio. I was there...

On Truth

Will Harper, Student Submission, 11th Grade May 2, 2016

People omit truth all the time The effect is not so sublime. We can’t build faith, we can’t build trust How does a liar feel this lust? Sometimes the truth is too hard to hear So, in...

Kids sleeping together on a trampoline.

STAFF EDITORIAL: Should boys and girls be allowed to have sleepovers together?

April 26, 2016

Jessica Borla – YES – I’m not saying that this applies to every situation, but for the most part, I see no problem in boys and girls having sleepovers together. I definitely see where parents have...

The Lambert Project

Jessica Borla, Advertising Lead April 22, 2016

A new club is coming into light at Lambert High School - The Lambert Project. Sponsored by Mrs. Johnessee, the club focuses on compassion for other and awareness of what is going on around us; it kickstarted...

Newly appointed FBLA President professional profile picture from his LinkedIn account.

Lambert student appointed President of GA FBLA

April 20, 2016

Lambert student Royce Dickerson was recently named the President for the Future Business Leaders of America across the entire state of Georgia. The FBLA is the largest student organization in the world,...

The Time of Growth

"I've always wondered what a story would sound like if it was told from the point [of view] of tree. That's essentially what this story is, a tree telling it's journey of how it grew." -Jessica Objartel
Jessica Objartel, Sudent Submission, 11th Grade April 20, 2016

At first I had only known darkness, the warmth of the earth, and the coldness of the water that quenched my thirst. Then, after what I assume was time had passed, I came to know the vast, never ending...

Lambert students pose with the Canine Assistants and thank them for sharing their canine companions

Honoring Canine Assistants: Changing the world with wet noses and wagging tails

Logan White, Literary Editor April 18, 2016

Lambert has recently partnered with Canine Assistants to reduce the stress levels of high school students by using what is, undeniably, one of the world’s most beautiful things: puppies. Canine Assistants...

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Magic, music, and much more: “The Name of the Wind” book review

Elizabeth Findley, Staff Writer April 12, 2016

Within the vast piles of the various fantasy novels and series, it can sometimes be a daunting task to choose a new novel to read that stands out as something new and exciting. With Patrick Rothfuss’s...

The Boy, the Owl, and the Search for Purpose

"This is a poem I wrote sophomore year, with some revisions made to it since then. The main theme of the poem is that our purpose in life is to help and serve others, which I wholeheartedly believe." -Nick Schwarzmann
Nick Schwarzmann, Student Submission, 11th Grade March 25, 2016

The Boy, the Owl, and the Search for Purpose There was a young boy who was sad and distraught, He moped around his quiet, empty house, thinking his life was all for naught, He thought to himself, “Why...

Future

"I came across a writing prompt that said, "Write about leaving", and as a senior my mind is usually on college, so the words just flowed out of me. I have many days like the day I wrote this where I can't help but daydream about the future, and about freedom." -Olivia Pastore
Olivia Pastore , Staff Writer March 21, 2016

“Are you excited for college?” They all seem to ask me tirelessly, and sometimes I’m afraid to tell them, to let my truth bleed from my mouth: I imagine leaving home almost every day. I...

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