The Lambert Post

KSU Student Killed During Shooting at Apartment Complex

Livi Wold, News Staff

October 11, 2019

An encounter with a gunman left one dead and two wounded due to a dispute over loud music in an apartment around Kennesaw State University's campus on Sunday at 11:40 a.m.   The deceased victim, Oluwafemi Oyerinde, unfortunately died at 18 as a student attending KSU. The two other wounded victim...

Parkland commemoration balloon release

Multiple #whatsyour17 posters have been put up around the school leading up to the memoriam event on Wednesday.

Emma North and Christina Renzetti

March 13, 2018

There will be a student-led balloon release ceremony on Wednesday, March 14th to mark the first month anniversary of the Parkland School Shooting. The event will be held during both of the Lunch and Learn periods in the courtyard next to the 3000 trailers. It is expected to last at least 17 minutes eac...

Five Things Friday: from the plague to resignations

Photo by Ted Eytan , published July 26, 2017 , Link to license: , Link to original work: Danica Roem protesting against Trans Military Ban at the White House.

Berry Choi, Staff Writer

November 10, 2017

10/04/17: Plague in Madagascar heightens The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs reported that since August, there have been almost 1,200 people infected and over 124 dead due to various forms of the plague. The outbreak of the bubonic plague is caused by an infection...

Texas Massacre

Photo by DeeAshley , published on May 28, 2015 , Link to license: , Link to original work:  Texas Church drawn to portray a dismal mood. Not the actual affected church.

Aniket Adhikari, News Editor

November 8, 2017

On Sunday, November 5th at 11:20 AM in Sutherland Springs, Texas, a gunman opened fire during a church service at First Baptist Church, killing 26 people. After hearing the gunfire, an armed citizen, Stephen Willeford,  grabbed a personal rifle and engaged the shooter. In the ensuing firefight, the sho...

Five Things Friday: From Irma to Freeman High School

Photo by John P. St. John, published March 22, 2012, Some rights reserved, license link: , Original ink of work: , The 9/11 Memeorial South Pool where the South Tower once stood.

Berry Choi, Staff Writer

September 15, 2017

09/09/17: Hurricane Irma devastates Cuba and Florida Hurricane Irma devastated Cuba after arriving late Friday evening as a Category 5 hurricane, leaving more than 100 families without a home. Over 1 million people were evacuated and 10 deaths attributed due to Hurricane Irma in Cuba. As the hurricane passed over Cuba and into the Florida Keys overnight, it weakened into a Ca...

Ferguson and its Shiny New Lawsuit

Protesters in multiple locations participated in

SungMin Park, Staff Writer

February 11, 2016

  The autopsy unveiled a trail of bullet holes. It began from the right hand and led up to the top of the teenager’s head. The pathologist who conducted the autopsy, Dr. Michael Baden, did not discover a single trace of gunpowder residue. Officer Darren Wilson, the pathologist estimated, the...

Murder goes social, and the blood’s on our hands

Today's youth is always connected to social media. How much do you think they see?

Olivia Pastore, Staff Writer

September 18, 2015

As technology advances, the new generation is becoming more and more desensitized to what we see. When I was a kid, YouTube was just starting out, and it was very simple for my parents to tell me not to go on that particular website. But now, children have more and more access; as adults try to create...