The Lambert Post

Afflicted With Senioritis – A Progressive Disease

Harbor of the Savannah River in Savannah, Georgia. Progressive disease, such as Senioritis, lead the afflicted to try new things. This was taken during BetaCon, a leadership convention I only went to because of my short amount of time left living with my disease.

Aniket Adhikari, News Editor

February 15, 2018

My name is Aniket Adhikari, I am an editor on the Lambert Post, and in November of 2017, I was diagnosed with one of the most pervasive and widespread epidemics sweeping high schools across the country right now: Senioritis. While the popular adult narrative of Senioritis involves irresponsible teenager...

Chasing fall through New England

Chasing fall through New England

Nethra Pillai, Online Editor

October 26, 2017

Over fall break, I designed a seven-day family road trip from Atlanta to New Hampshire. We passed through every New England state except for Rhode Island, and stopped at Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire. Admittedly, Pennsylvania does not fall under the New Englan...

Humans of Lambert

Senior Sophie Looby took a trip to Iceland over the summer through National Geographic.

Elizabeth Findley, Editor-in-Chief

September 18, 2017

“I went on a 15 day National Geographic student expedition to Iceland over the summer. There are different focuses to choose from like photography, film, and climate/geography but I chose photography. We traveled all along the outer edge of the country with a day trip into the center. One of my favorite...

Summer in Toulouse

Lea, my sister and I eating at a French cafe, discussing French and American lifestyles.  At this particular cafe they had a wide selection of crepes. Though they were good, they were not the same as the those found in Lea's home of Toulouse.

Avery Ketcherside, Social Media Editor

September 13, 2017

Over the summer I had the opportunity to get to know Lea. Lea is a bright and spunky teen from Toulouse, France, who is currently learning English. In attempt to strengthen her language skills, she spent her summer over here with her American relatives, all of whom happen to be my neighbors. Of course, ...

New Orleans, the inspiring city on the river

The twin bridges that cross the Mississippi River to New Orleans, Louisiana.

Sarah Sander, Resident Artist

January 16, 2017

Looking out my car window, the view of the Mississippi River below sparkled in the morning sunrise taking on a pink and orange hue. I was on my way to one of the most beautiful historical riverfront towns in eastern America. Driving down the crowded streets provided me with a scenic route of all the ...

Time flies on Captiva Island

Being on an island is like being in a whole other world, Captiva Island especially. The island has a magical and relaxing feel to it and is known for its gorgeous beaches as well as places like The Mucky Duck and The Bubble Room. Once you reach Captiva, you are on something known as island time. 
Island time is the idea that when you’re on an island time passes differently than it does day to day. No work, no stress, just sunsets and sunburns. When I was there, I woke up at 9 maybe 8 a.m. at the earliest and didn’t leave the complex I was staying at usually till after lunch. I took stereotypical long walks on the beach with my phone in hand capturing the island.

Emma North, Photography Editor

November 29, 2016

   

The journal of a Lambert student’s trip to Neply, Haiti

Used with permission from Abbey Darwin

Emma Bryant, Staff Writer

October 6, 2016

Lambert High School junior, Abbey Darwin, spent the last week in Neply, Haiti on a mission trip with Client Command. On September 10, Abbey, the only teenager attending, left for the international airport, leaving with the purpose to immerse herself in the culture of this relational community she would...

The world in a room

Skizzy Mars played

Bryan McKnight, journalist

October 3, 2016

If I would’ve been able to feel my own hands, I’m absolutely sure I could’ve felt the excitement in the air. A homeless man on the corner struggled his way through a trumpet rendition of “Do You There” by the most popular man of the night, Skizzy Mars. I turned my gaze to the couple next to me, l...

Study Abroad in North Korea? Yes, even for Americans

Located in the capital of North Korea, Kim Il-Sung University is a premier destination for the foreign students.

SungMin Park, Staff Writer

October 7, 2015

Two Brown University graduates, Nicholas Young and Matthew Reichel, initiated the Pyongyang Project in 2009. The two have been able to penetrate through the shrouded nation by sending students of post-secondary education to North Korea for study abroad. And yes, it is open to Americans. According to Wor...