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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

Harbor of the Savannah River in Savannah, Georgia. Progressive disease, such as Senioritis, lead the afflicted to try new things. This was taken during BetaCon, a leadership convention I only went to because of my short amount of time left living with my disease.

Afflicted With Senioritis – A Progressive Disease

Aniket Adhikari, News Editor February 15, 2018

My name is Aniket Adhikari, I am an editor on the Lambert Post, and in November of 2017, I was diagnosed with one of the most pervasive and widespread epidemics sweeping high schools across the country...

Morgan Massaker is excited to spend Valentines Day alone.

February – “Alone” Edition

Zain Hyath, Staff Writer February 10, 2017

Although February is traditionally the mois d'amour, friend groups, individuals, and/or people who have succumbed to the friend zone shouldn't feel discouraged, there are still a lot of fun things to...

This was a shot I took in Ireland 4 years ago. We stopped by this abandoned church and its accompanying graveyard on our way to Doolin and the Cliffs of Moher. I really enjoyed the imagery of the stony chapel against the verdant green backdrop. The odd quiet that seemed to envelop the area while the wind whistled in my ears was peace at its best. -Joe Sweeney

The Time of Growth

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...

This piece is called True Beauty- It shows two roses, one real, and one fake. While the fake rose is perfect in all regards, the real rose is shriveled, discolored, and has many imperfections. This goes to say that although we all have imperfections, it is these imperfections that make us real, and no matter what, we should be true to ourselves. -Natasha Ramaswamy

The Rose

Emilie Skaug, Student Submission, 11th Grade February 5, 2016

Through the snow, a red rose grew And it pierced the dark with a midnight dew. The ruby red rose shone out through the night, Showing everything that is good and right. Yet a greedy lady plucked...

My family and I were driving up to our condo in Breckenridge, Colorado for our family ski trip this winter break. The way the sun was shining through the snow filled clouds struck me as beautiful. Also the way that it looked as if we were driving into an endless sea of snow covered mountains, and away from the busy life of city folk, was calming. The way the car mirror and my dads shoulder are in the picture reminded me of the things I love to do. 

- Kate Spiro

Sound of Winter

Hazel Lee, Student Submission, 11th Grade February 3, 2016

The sound of winter sits inside my head The sound of the wind carrying away the fallen leaves As the piercing wind soars up the crevice in my sleeves The sound of white snow silently engulfing...

The picture shows the sun radiating down on one side while clouds shade the other half. I think this is a major choice in life, to choose whether you take the dark path in life or the light path. -Nicole Ross

An Observation of Nature

Emma Cave, Student Submission, 11th grade January 29, 2016

The mist that covers the earth Paints a picture of innocence in the sapphire ether. A landscape above our heads We have yet to set foot on. They turn as fast as time Never the same as they were...

Autumn view from the Barker house atop Sawnee mountain

Autumn weather opens outdoor opportunities

Quinn Forney, Online Editor October 20, 2015

With the recent change in seasons and weather, many activities have become more appealing. Hiking in the beautiful Appalachian mountains is a personal favorite, but it's a bit far. As something closer...

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