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Is Astrology a Pseudoscience?

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SASHA LOOBY, Senior Editor

October 21, 2020

Many people have a casual familiarity with astrology. They would be able to tell you their zodiac sign or perhaps casually scroll through their horoscope every morning. Older generations often fail to understand Generation Z’s fascination with astrology. Although buying into this idea can be entertain...

Researchers Discover Water Vapor on New Planet

*Artist’s Rendition of what the new planet and host star could look like. Credit: nbcnews.com

Avery Haney, News Staff

September 27, 2019

An exoplanet containing water vapor and other characteristics to support life was recently discovered on September 11th, 2019.  The planet given the title K2-18b was recently picked up on a constellation located a  whopping 110 light years away from Earth. Along with the finding of water vapor, sc...

Should we test on animals for commercial and medical advancements?

As science continues to improve, more and more scientists and researchers are moving away from traditional animal testing to cruelty-free methods.

Patrick Bullock, Features Editor

March 1, 2018

In the United States, various animals are often tested on and used to develop medical treatments, determine the toxicity of medications, check the safety of products that are ultimately destined for human use. There is a large debate regarding the ethicality of the matter; opponents believe that the...

iGEM: Funding the Future

Featured above is the Lambert iGEM team. Consisting of fourteen members, this close-knit group is expanding society's understanding of the universe while bettering the world in intricate ways.

Ananya Mehta, Staff Writer

October 10, 2017

The brilliant Stephen Hawking once said, “Scientists have become the bearers of the torch of discovery in our quest for knowledge”. Just like this quote suggests, the future of society and the success of its people has become dependent on the adventurous scientists and their endeavors to better the...

Lambert forensics students take on the lie detector test

Forensic student Hannah Saylor raises her hands as a part of a polygraph demonstration.

Justin Gibbs-Poe, Staff writer

March 13, 2017

Tuesday, March 7th marked the first visit of polygraph expert Pam Rushton to Lambert High forensic classes. The guest speaker was able to showcase how she can distinguish between a truth and a lie. Pam Rushton was able to provide an engaging experience for the forensic students. By interviewing volu...

Experience Ecuador and the Galapagos

Riobamba possesses the most unimaginable sights, most adorable animals, and loving people. Flor was the name of our local tour guide; she welcomed us into her home, took us on nature walks, and fed us cultural food, like guinea pig, which is a delicacy there.

Emma Bryant, Staff Writer

October 7, 2016

     

Forensic students construct mock crime scenes using pickles

This pickle bride was on the way to her honeymoon in Ecuador when she was suddenly stabbed to death on an airplane.

Patrick Bullock, Staff Writer

September 13, 2016

LAMBERT HIGH SCHOOL - On Thursday, September 8, groups of students from Mrs. Mcallister's forensic science classes devised various types of model crime scenes consisting of deceased pickles.

AP Chemistry students conduct the “flame test”

Senior Stephanie Tian cheerfully grins at the sight of  a fluorescent green flame.

Patrick Bullock, Staff Writer

September 13, 2016

LAMBERT HIGH SCHOOL - Students from Dr. Young's first and third period AP Chemistry classes observed the emission spectra from selected cations, or positively charged ions, on Thursday, September 8th. Students - working in groups of four - were instructed to conduct the "flame test": a test where...

Future scientists discovered at LHS

LHS Science Olympiad team smiles bright  at the camera as they take on their region competition in downtown.

Kelly Yoon, News editor

March 15, 2016

Lambert is full of recognizable talents of those enrolled in Science Olympiad along with their successful times spent at the region competition at Georgia Tech on March 12th, last Saturday. These following future scientists have been putting much effort in to keep their focus tight for each of their a...

Bright future for the science field

Congratulations to Ms. Janet Standeven for her award!

Kelly Yoon, News editor

January 27, 2016

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Astronomers propose alien construction surrounding distant star

This is an artist rendering of a hypothetical Dyson sphere.

Riley Findley, Opinions Editor

October 20, 2015

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Giraffes break centuries of silence

A giraffe, which scientists have just recently discovered has the ability to hum

Madeline Laguaite, Features Editor

September 23, 2015

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