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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

Countless candidates running for Student Council positions hope and dream to make Lambert High School a more enjoyable school to learn. They all also promise to bring the student community together through their hard work and determination.

Interviews with the 2017 Lambert Student Council candidates

Patrick Bullock and Kelly Yoon , Staff Writer and Social Media Lead March 22, 2017

Lambert's student council provides their members with the opportunity to become a voice for their class and school. Ms. Jennifer Wilson, the student council sponsor, offers the students the positions...

While executive orders are the most formal of presidential orders, another form of order is the memorandum. The differences between the two are slim; primarily, executive orders have to state the authority they have to issue said order while memorandums do not.

So, what exactly is an executive order?

Elizabeth Findley , Associate Editor February 16, 2017

The first weeks of Donald Trump presidency have been riddled with controversy largely due to his creation of a multitude of executive orders ranging from the less controversial “Ethics Commitments by...

Donald Trumps travel ban is being blown out of proportion

Donald Trump’s travel ban is being blown out of proportion

Cameron Adamczyk, Staff Writer February 4, 2017

Donald Trump signed an executive order, prohibiting people coming from seven Muslim-majority countries to cross into the United States. The travel ban has made headlines, to say the least, and has inspired...

Students give advice to Donald Trump as he enters office.

Student voice: Welcome to office, Donald Trump

Ansley Mitchell, Staff Writer January 29, 2017

On Friday, January 20, 2017, the United States welcomed a new president: Donald Trump. The new presidency has brought a lot of tension into our country and society. With this tension, students have come...

The Inauguration of Donald Trump

The Inauguration of Donald Trump

Sarah Sander, Resident Artist January 26, 2017

On January twentieth, America welcomed Donald Trump, its 45th president, as he gave his inaugural address and took the oath to serve and protect the nation to the best of his abilities.

Collin McCormick, a senior at Lambert, along with other students share their torn opinions about the end of Obamas presidency.

Students say, “Farewell, Obama”

Ansley Mitchell, Staff Writer January 20, 2017

Americans have voiced their opinions throughout Barrack Obama's presidency, but as Obama has exited the office, these opinions have become more verbose and intense. The halls of Lambert were a perfect...

During 2012, Obama ran for, and won, the Presidential election for the second time.

Barack Obama’s legacy of changes as President of the United States

Quinn Forney, Features Editor January 20, 2017

Barack Obama, the first African-American president of the United States, held office for two terms filled with political, economic, and military turmoil. During these eight years, Obama changed the nation....

Our new senior president is more than ready to serve all students, all staff and the school for the next school year.

Humans of Lambert

Kelly Yoon, News editor April 18, 2016

"Over the course of high school, I've changed most in how I try to extend my comfort zone. Like any person, I am usually hesitant when I am attempting something unfamiliar. That's normal. However, I've...

Donald Trump totally trumped the competition this Super Tuesday. On Thursday night, March 3, during the Republican Presidential Debate, Trump was very confident in where he stands in the race.

Super Tuesday takes the South

Jessica Borla, Advertising Lead March 4, 2016

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