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The Lambert Post

Photo of Divya practicing piano for a recital. Taken on Friday, January 12th 2022.

Helping Others One Note at a Time: Divya Prasath

Samantha Nyazema and Hunter Dzerve October 24, 2022

In the crowded halls of Lambert High School, students pass future entrepreneurs, skilled artists and groundbreaking researchers. Divya Prasath is one of these ambitious longhorns as a highly skilled pianist,...

Picture of Mrs. Parker & Charlie taken on October 11th, 2022.

How the Lambert Pack is Helping Students

Anandita Mitra, News Staff October 17, 2022

Charlie, a charcoal labrador retriever, is owned by Mrs. Parker, who works on the administrative team. She first got Charlie as a family puppy at only 10 weeks old but decided that she wanted to train...

Crowded halls during class change, taken by Lacey Hester in October of 2022

An Overcrowded Lambert

Lacey Hester, Staff Writer October 13, 2022

 Most students are aware that Lambert High School has an extremely large student body With over 3,000 students fighting in the halls, being late to class or even bumped around during class change is an...

Pictures of freshman Nina Jung. Taken by Anandita Mitra on September 13, 2022 at 1:30pm.

AP Classes: A Freshman’s First Impression of College-Level Courses

Anandita Mitra, News Staff October 1, 2022

The transition from middle school to high school requires students to master the customs and rules of their new environment, including the challenges of an Advanced Placement (AP) class.  AP classes...

School Fights & Social Media: Correlation or Causation?

School Fights & Social Media: Correlation or Causation?

Sudarshan Prasanna, Opinion Editor October 1, 2022

The rapid increase in school fights is plaguing schools across Georgia and the nation, and upon reflection, it isn’t hard to see why. One simply has to enter the world of the typical high school student,...

Ria and her little brother, Aryan, on the first day of the 2021-2022 school year taken by their mom.

Ria Panneer: The Letter That Got Her On the New York Times

Hannah Kenyon , Features Editor March 14, 2022

“Sometimes what it really feels like is that my life only really started after you were born,” Ria wrote in a letter to her brother. The New York Times frequently hosts writing contests that encourage...

Photo of Yuliya Busumatrava (center) Joey Hassett (right), and Shaan Rama (left). 
Three Lambert students who are passionate about music. 
Taken by Taylor Petrofski December 7th, 2021.

Musically Connected: How Does Music Affect Us?

Taylor Petrofski, Senior Editor December 14, 2021

Music is everywhere. Music occludes the silence of cars, streets and cinemas. The music in the supermarket can affect your buying habits. When classical music is played in a restaurant, customers have...

Education around the world according to students

Education around the world according to students

Allie Tatoy and Emma North March 31, 2018
“It was probably like every other school day on this planet. Starts way to early in the morning, ends way too late in the afternoon, and between that you and your friends try to not fall asleep in countless boring classes," says Felix Garcia who went to Berthold-Brecht_Schule in Darmstadt, Germany.
Social isolation is a demanding issue that has been plaguing the halls of our schools. We need to break away from our lives in the virtual reality crafted by technology and interact with those around us.

Know Your Neighbors: Fighting Social Isolation This Week

Ananya Mehta, Staff Writer November 10, 2017

It happens to everyone. We sit in our classes for months on end, headphones in, phones out in hand, and our eyes unyieldingly focused on the work before us. In our focused (potentially distracted) state...

Unsurprisingly, 24.8% of the students surveyed preferred using posters as a method of proposing whereas 27.4% would use food, 17.9% balloons, and 12.8% confetti.  Many would even use all three!

The Ins-and-Outs of Homecoming Proposals

Andrew Hampton and Morgan Quach October 10, 2017

As members of the student body at Lambert High School, we look forward to the spirited events. For most of us, Homecoming is one of the occasions that is highly anticipated since the beginning of the year....

San Bernardino Police patrol car; the first responders to the situation at North Park Elementary School.

North Park Elementary School Shooting

Zain Hyath, Staff Writer April 13, 2017

On Monday April 10th, Cedric Anderson entered North Park Elementary School in San Bernardino, California; the same city where a terrorist attack occurred in December 2015. Cedric Anderson drove to the...

The rise of the streaming service has created a shift in the ways that people typically consume their media.

Netflix vs. television: media consumption at Lambert

Elizabeth Findley, Associate Editor January 27, 2017

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