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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

The Ford Mustang Mach-E is Ford’s first attempt at a mass market electric car. Taken in 2022

Why People Don’t Buy Electric Cars

Chitvan Singh, Staff Writer October 31, 2022

Each year, electric car sales continue to grow. After all, their success is practically cut out. They’re generally perceived as better for the environment and the rising cost of gas makes them economically...

Teachers and supporters gather at the Colorado State Capitol on February 19th, 2019 in Denver for a 3-day walkout protesting for a higher teacher’s pay (Axios/Michael Ciaglo)

Teaching: An Underpaid Profession

Bisan Malhotra, Staff Writer October 31, 2022

As students, we are set in a routine. We wake up, get ready, go class to class, take notes and then go home. More than often, students are so set in their routine, they forget that teachers have their...

A screen capture of Halle Bailey as Ariel in the trailer for Disney’s new live action movie,“The Little Mermaid.” The movie is set to release May 23rd, 2023.

Is it the Voice that Makes a Mermaid or the Color of her Fins?

Ashley Choi, Arts & Entertainment Editor October 5, 2022

On September 9th, 2022, the trailer for the live-action rendition of The Little Mermaid was released. The trailer starred Halle Bailey, who was controversially announced as Ariel in 2019. Disney live-action...

The Lasso Lounge is now permanently closed (September 22, 2022). The stand was well liked and popular amongst students and teachers. Photo taken by Justin Hwang.

Goodbye Lambert’s Lasso Lounge

Justin Hwang, Sports Editor October 1, 2022

The Lasso Lounge was regularly packed with hungry Lambert students and teachers alike. It was a luxury that consistently served the Longhorn community. From snagging candy for a couple of bucks to cheap...

This is a picture of the junior varsity quiz bowl team practicing in a trivia round. Taken by Ms. Creuser on August 29, 2022.

How Much Do You Think You Know?: The Importance of Trivia at Lambert

Chitvan Singh, Staff Writer, Photography Editor September 19, 2022

What’s the biggest island in the world? Did you say Greenland?  Either way, you might have asked yourself what the significance of the question was. Maybe you compared it to a random piece of...

Protesters gather outside the Supreme Court in Washington, DC, after the courts unprecedented draft overturning Roe v. Wade was leaked. (Flicker/jonathan mosh)

Roe v. Wade: A Full Picture

Bisan Malhotra, Opinion Staff Writer September 15, 2022

On June 4, the United States Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, a decision that now gives individual states the ability to make their own policies on abortion instead of constitutionally protecting...

President Biden giving his State of the Union speech, while Vice President Kamala Harris and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi look on, Mar 1, 2022. The speech was Biden’s first as president, and came at a time of international crisis. (AP/Julia Nikhinson)

State of the Union

Joshua Mui, Opinion Staff March 10, 2022

On Tuesday, March 1, 2022 President Joe Biden gave his first State Of the Union address at the U.S Capital. His speech lasted about an hour and Congress and other notable guests were present as well, including...

Theatrical Poster for “Spider-Man: No Way Home”, featuring the titular character and it’s villains. The movie releases December 17, 2021. (Marvel)

Preparing For “No Way Home”

Joshua Mui, Opinion Staff, Online Editor December 6, 2021

*WARNING- contains some (late) spoilers for “Loki” and material surrounding “Spider-Man: No Way Home”.*   “Spider-Man: No Way Home” will be the next installment in the Marvel Cinematic...

The Georgia sky filtered through sunglasses lens, Alpharetta, Georgia. When daylight savings times ends, it seems as thoughthe sun rises earlier and sets earlier, though it’s just that we set our clocks that way.

Daylight Savings Time: A Dated Concept

Joshua Mui, Opinion Staff, Online Editor November 15, 2021

On Sunday, November 7th, we all reset our clocks an hour back to observe the end of daylight savings time. But why do we do it and is it really necessary? Daylight Savings Time was first popularized...

Jack O Lanterns at night. Jack O Lanterns are a popular Halloween tradition. (Wikimedia Commons/Paul Hermans)

Tricking and Treating For All

Joshua Mui, Opinion Staff, Online Editor October 19, 2021

It’s a chilly, dark, October night. Witches and zombies roam the street as screams rip through the air and the wind picks up. Gotcha! It’s just Halloween on a typical suburban street. It’s a memorable...

Picture taken by Samantha Nyazema, Taken on September 6, 2021, All rights reserved

The Consequences of Competition

Samantha Nyazema, Opinion Editor September 7, 2021

Everyone knows that Lambert is an extremely talented school. We excel in the three A's: Athletics, Arts and Academics. Lambert is inarguably competitive with academics, a category all students can relate...

Picture taken by Lizzie Viggiano on February 10, 2011, all rights reserved

How Much School is Too Much School?

Jimena Ruano, Editor-in-Chief February 26, 2021

One thing that stays constant in the life of a student is schoolwork.  Ever since elementary school, school work has been a part of the lives of students all over the world; as our education progresses,...

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