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A world of religions in one school

Photo drawn and edited by  Resident Artist, Sarah Sander. Christianity, Islam, and Judaism are a few of the largest religions globally, with more than 1 billion followers combined.
October 28, 2016

As a growing environment, in the midst of many different cultures, Lambert High School would not be the same without its different beliefs and diversities. Saqlain Awan, Hannah Patterson, and Shari Endo...

OP-ED: Finding Compassion

Trinity Martinez, Lambert High School junior
January 25, 2016

“Where is God in our society? Where is He in our lives?” This question posed by the priest serving mass at St. Brendan’s on Saturday. Some might answer, “Well of course he’s asking that! He’s...

What Our Muslim Neighbors Probably Think About the Islamic State

The Grande Mosquée de Paris looms over the city, welcoming adherents since 1926.
In light of what happened, the ones set apart from the radicalism call up their response.
November 20, 2015

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Coffee lovers seeing red after Starbucks releases new design

Starbucks' new holiday cup hosts a minimalist look, much to customers' disappointment.
November 11, 2015

As a long-time coffee addict, I was pleasantly surprised when Starbucks released their seasonal drinks along with a new, minimalist, red cup. While in the past, the corporation had included printed “Christmas”...

OP-ED: Love Won, Now Quit Whining About It

Junior, Nick, in the Lambert gym.
November 4, 2015

“God hates fags!” “Homosexuals are possessed by demons”. “God Abhors You”. These terms are seen a dime a dozen at anti-gay rallies, government hearings regarding gay marriage, and gay...

Why Pope Francis visited Cuba and the USA

On March 27, 2014, Pope Francis and Barack Obama meet to say farewell. Nine months later, Pope Francis will announce his plan to visit the United States in 2015.
September 23, 2015

Pope Francis took his first trip to Cuba on Sept. 19, beginning his 10-day tour through Cuba and the United States. Although his intentions are to encourage the Catholic scene in both countries, his actions...

Catholic conservatives disillusioned with the Vatican

Pope Francis moments before meeting EP President Martin Schultz in late 2013.
September 21, 2015
Following months of tense standoffs Cardinal Raymond Burke is the first martyr for conservative talking points within their very own institution.
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