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Which Buzzfeed video series are you based on your Lambert opinions?

Which Buzzfeed video series are you based on your Lambert opinions?

Emma North, Nethra Pillai, and Allie Tatoy

January 25, 2018

According to your nonsensical opinions about high school that don't reflect your personality at all, find out which completely, totally, 100% original Buzzfeed series you are, which ultimately only reflects the amount of time you spent procrastinating for your science quiz.

Top advice to underclassmen from Seniors

Top advice to underclassmen from Seniors

Cameron Adamczyk, Staff Writer

May 1, 2017

It’s been a triumphant four years for seniors. When you look around, it is clear that the Class of 2017 dominates the school. The knowledge accumulated over the course of their illustrious high school careers, it is, quite frankly, selfish for us to not share with our predecessors. So, as the underclassmen...

Girl plans for prom months in advance

Girl plans for prom months in advance

Ansley Mitchell, Staff Writer

April 1, 2017

“This is it. This is the one,” said Sarah, cladded in sequins. She looked at her mother, who was practically in tears over the thousand-dollar prom dress. “Sure, honey. Let me call the bank real quick to get a loan,” her mother stammered. “Are you sure you won’t change your mind? There’s...

Valentine’s lovers experience turmoil

Valentine’s lovers experience turmoil

Cameron Adamczyk, Staff Writer

February 10, 2017

On February 14, love is in the air everywhere you walk. The roses bud and the chocolates flow. The restaurants fill and gifts are purchased. Valentine’s Day is a staple of the American life where romanticism manifests in the purest way possible, and the couples in the middle of the Lambert High School...

Student legally becomes an adult, trumps parents’ rules

Student legally becomes an adult, trumps parents’ rules

Madeline Laguaite, Features Editor

March 9, 2016

Senior Lauren Johnson recently turned 18 and has decided that, because she had a birthday yesterday, she doesn't have to abide by her parents' rules. Like many students in the area, Johnson doesn't pay for the gas in her car, nor the bill for her iPhone 6S; her parents do. Still, when her parents politely...

In Meme-oriam: Remembering the life of the Leo-has-never-won-an-Oscar meme

In Meme-oriam: Remembering the life of the Leo-has-never-won-an-Oscar meme

Jordan Meaker, Editor-in-Chief

February 29, 2016

On February 28th, 2016, the world said goodbye to an influential and quality meme that proved to be hilarious and persistent for many years: sad, Oscarless Leonardo DiCaprio. While fans cheered for Leo as he accepted his award for best actor for his starring role in The Revenant, many couldn’t sup...

Lambert Swim & Dive take victory lap across the Atlantic Ocean

Lambert Swim & Dive take victory lap across the Atlantic Ocean

Riley Findley

February 10, 2016

After the sweeping victory at the Georgia State Swimming Championship, the Lambert Swim & Dive team decided to take a victory lap through the diameter of the wind-swept and frigid Atlantic Ocean. The lap, which began a mere twenty four hours after the victory this past weekend, is determined to conclude...

Disappointed teacher runs out of ideas to increase student participation

Disappointed teacher runs out of ideas to increase student participation

Riley Findley

February 9, 2016

Growing evermore depressed by the student’s apathy towards his lesson, local Social Studies teacher Every Thompson told the Red Onion this Monday that he didn’t know what else he could do to encourage student participation. “I’ve tried playing videos, encouraging group debate, and even pulling...

Local freshman believes that her opinion is more valid than everyone else’s

Local freshman believes that her opinion is more valid than everyone else’s

Riley Findley, Opinions Editor

January 27, 2016

Finding issues with fellow students, faculty, and generally everything that she disagrees with, Sarah Eldmenn, a freshman who became active on social media platforms Twitter and Tumblr this holiday season, has taken it upon herself to talk down to everyone she encounters. “I’m okay with people having...

Georgia’s Dooms Day: the one-day saga

Georgia’s Dooms Day: the one-day saga

Nusaybah Smith, Associate Editor

January 27, 2016

With Georgia Doom’s Day among us, snow dusted the yards of our suburban homes and iced over the pavement of our shrubbery-lined walkways… the perils of slipping has been upon us. The other day, during the uni-ice-pocalypse, I faced many traumatizing near-death experiences. From lack of sleep due...

Helpful tips on snow day assignments

Helpful tips on snow day assignments

Riley Findley, Opinions Editor

January 23, 2016

Due to the incredible dangers that a slight drizzle can create, school has been cancelled across Forsyth County, resulting in a potent desire to sleep all day and the horrid task of snow-day assignments. Here are some tips to keep in mind while you complete them: Before turning in grades, do your best ...

OP-ED: Was I supposed to learn something in high school?

OP-ED: Was I supposed to learn something in high school?

Riley Findley, Opinions Editor

November 11, 2015

When I entered high school four years ago, I expected the greatest challenge that I had faced thus far. Throughout my freshmen year I waited cautiously for the difficulty spike to rise from the mediocre levels that I had experienced in middle school. I feared that my social life was over, that I might...