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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

“[My family and I] were watching Face Off and I said ‘I wanna do that’ and Diego [my brother] said ‘You can’t do that,’ and I was like ‘Watch me,’ so I did it, says sophomore Olivia Nogales on what motivated her to begin doing FX makeup.

Humans of Lambert

Allie Tatoy, Associate Editor October 30, 2017

“I watched a show called Face Off in sixth grade and I basically said, ‘I wanna do that,’ so I did. I watch a lot of YouTube videos and I just kind of recreate it and I do that a lot. It’s fun...

Chasing fall through New England

Chasing fall through New England

Nethra Pillai, Online Editor October 26, 2017

Over fall break, I designed a seven-day family road trip from Atlanta to New Hampshire. We passed through every New England state except for Rhode Island, and stopped at Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Maine,...

Once I reached the Marriott Marquis I became fully submerged in the Dragon Con experience. It can be a lot to take in, with three open floors full of people. The Marriott Marquis during DragonCon is definitely one of the best places to go people watching.

DragonCon: a community of 80,000 people

Emma North, Photography Editor October 3, 2017

For many people, Labor Day weekend in Atlanta means DragonCon. If you haven’t already heard, DragonCon is the “largest multi-media, pop culture, convention focusing on science fiction & fantasy,...

Shane Chanka, the founder of Aspired Tech, hopes to expand his photography and filming company later in the future. With his strong interest in filming, he is currently expanding his business.

Humans of Lambert

Christine Park, Staff Writer March 6, 2017

“I first started as a YouTube channel, to post all my projects on there. In order to make a video for my channel, I had to practice filming; once I started filming, I noticed that I wasn’t that...

The hustle and bustle of a kitchen can not be ignored. To some one thats never witnessed what goes on in Lamberts Culinary Arts class they might call it chaos, but thats not true. Theres an organization to it; everyone has a purpose and knows what theyre doing. Everything comes together to make the perfect dish.

Inside Lambert’s culinary arts program

Emma North, Photography Editor January 26, 2017

The hustle and bustle of a kitchen can not be ignored. To someone that's never witnessed what goes on in Lambert's Culinary Arts class they might call it chaos, but that's not true. Lambert's culinary...

Being on an island is like being in a whole other world, Captiva Island especially. The island has a magical and relaxing feel to it and is known for its gorgeous beaches as well as places like The Mucky Duck and The Bubble Room. Once you reach Captiva, you are on something known as island time. 
Island time is the idea that when you’re on an island time passes differently than it does day to day. No work, no stress, just sunsets and sunburns. When I was there, I woke up at 9 maybe 8 a.m. at the earliest and didn’t leave the complex I was staying at usually till after lunch. I took stereotypical long walks on the beach with my phone in hand capturing the island.

Time flies on Captiva Island

Emma North , Photography Editor November 29, 2016

   

Even at night, thats always thought to be dark, the light penetrates the darkness like the ray of hope illuminating desperate times. I was outside of my home after coming back from a family dinner. It was then that I looked up and the moon just seemed so full of light.  -David Park

Through the Clouds

Bryan McKnight, Student Submission, 11th Grade February 19, 2016

Fly too high and you’re bound to choke Gas mask on still breathing in smoke Father named Daedalus A proud kingdom crumbles to dust You were having fun but then the lights went down You woke up hazy...

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...

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