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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

Culinary Thanksgiving Food

Culinary Thanksgiving Food

Natalie Ogden, News Editor November 14, 2022

Lambert’s culinary arts program is selling their annual Thanksgiving ready meals next Tuesday! During this jam-packed holiday season, setting aside time to cook a Thanksgiving feast can be a difficult...

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College: What Are Students Looking For?

Lacey Hester, News Staff November 2, 2022

Planning for the future is hard and high school seniors can’t escape planning for what’s next. Choosing a major is difficult enough but having to pick a college and worry about the tuition of each...

Carved pumpkins lit with candles, or Jack O Lanterns, are a common Halloween activity. Originating from Ireland, carve pumpkins and other gourds are said to ward off evil spirits associated with the coming winter.

Trick-or-Treating Alternatives

Natalie Ogden, News Editor October 24, 2022

For many, trick-or-treating is a childhood staple. There is something nostalgic about dressing up and running door-to-door with friends and family that stays with us forever. In recent years, however,...

This is an image of (Mis)Printed’s first issue cover. This mini magazine was founded last year by Celina Simone and is an extension of Writer’s Block. Courtesy of Celina Simone.

(Mis)Printed: Lambert’s Own Mini-Magazine

Shriya Buche, News Staff October 19, 2022

Sophomore Celina Simone has already made an impact at Lambert. Last year, as The Writer’s Block Vice President, she jump-started a new subcommittee called the “(Mis)Printed.” “(Mis)Printed”...

Picture of Mrs. Parker & Charlie taken on October 11th, 2022.

How the Lambert Pack is Helping Students

Anandita Mitra, News Staff October 17, 2022

Charlie, a charcoal labrador retriever, is owned by Mrs. Parker, who works on the administrative team. She first got Charlie as a family puppy at only 10 weeks old but decided that she wanted to train...

Pictures of freshman Nina Jung. Taken by Anandita Mitra on September 13, 2022 at 1:30pm.

AP Classes: A Freshman’s First Impression of College-Level Courses

Anandita Mitra, News Staff October 1, 2022

The transition from middle school to high school requires students to master the customs and rules of their new environment, including the challenges of an Advanced Placement (AP) class.  AP classes...

A central Karachi street on Monday after heavy monsoon rains wreaked chaos across Pakistan. Photograph: Anadolu Agency/Getty Images

Monsoon Season Wreaks Havoc in Pakistan

Lacey Hester, News Staff September 14, 2022

For years, flooding in Pakistan has impacted the lives of its citizens. Monsoon season is the annual period of time where rain comes in extreme amounts. While it is intended to improve agriculture, this...

Dog up for adoption at Forsyth County Animal Shelter, taken by Elizabeth Chapuis in Summer of 2022

Animal Volunteering Club

Anandita Mitra, News Staff Writer September 12, 2022

The Animal Volunteering Club is a student-led organization that participates in supply drives, donations and group volunteer events focusing on impacting the lives of animals. The club meets in room 2203...

This is a picture of the 2021-2022 yearbook staff after publishing this year’s yearbook. Taken by Kirti Muthaiah on May 16, 2022.

The Yearbook Staff and Their Book of Hard Work

Shriya Buche, News Staff May 20, 2022

Lambert's Yearbook Club recently handed out its annual yearbook, an event that many students look forward to every year.  However, many overlook the amount of effort that goes into creating these memorable...

Guards take patrol around the supreme court after the leaking of the draft from these premises. Security has been tightened, as many protesters have surrounded the buildings in opposition to the draft decision. Photo taken by Tom Benner for The New York Times News Service on May 3, 2022.

Roe v. Wade Leaked Court Decision

Ashley Choi, News Staff May 19, 2022

On May’s first Monday night, Politico, a political journalism company, leaked a draft that implied that the Supreme Court was moving towards overturning the infamous Roe v. Wade case.   To keep...

Jockey Sonny Leon and horse Rich Strike gallop across the finish line, winning the 148th running of the Kentucky Derby. Taken on May 17, 2022 from

Miracle Run for the Roses

Natalie Ogden, News Editor May 19, 2022

Last-minute contestant, Rich Strike, stunned the Thoroughbred community by winning the Kentucky derby with 80-1 odds.  Rich Strike, affectionately known as Ritchie, was not guaranteed a spot on the...

Blessings in a Backpack: Making a Difference in Forsyth County

Blessings in a Backpack: Making a Difference in Forsyth County

Taylor Petrofski, Senior Editor May 19, 2022

The Lambert Vertical Team is hosting a food drive this week from May 16-20. All donations will support the Lambert High School chapter of Blessings in Backpack to provide for families in the upcoming weekends.  Lambert’s...

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