Pam Lamberger Tag

By: Hamilton County Historian David Heighway As we approach the 93rd anniversary of Martin Luther King’s birth, people are looking at various ways to recognize and celebrate it.  Often that involves trying to find some personal connection with the man and his work.  While King never...

By Maggie Chen Unlike the previous college application blog sections that were writing based, this section does not have an essay to write and submit. Much of this section deals with you requesting either your guidance counselor or  College Board to send official materials like your transcript, test scores, and AP scores to...

By: Pam Lamberger “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” - Martin Luther King, Jr. When you think of civil rights in America, the first name that likely comes to mind is that of...

Census 2020 in the Time of Pandemic By: Pam Lamberger Are you in Pandemic overload yet? Many are finding themselves spending a lot more time at home than ever before. Whether you are embarked on an unplanned adventure of home schooling, competing with your work-from-home spouse for...

Count on These Two Things By: Pam Lamberger Back in 1789, Benjamin Franklin wrote in a letter to Jen-Baptiste Le Roy, “Our new Constitution is now established, and has an appearance that promises permanency; but in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and...

Thank You for Your Service: Veterans Day 101 By: Pam Lamberger This day, dedicated to the recognition of those who serve as members of our military, arrives dependably each year like the cadence of a military march. It is easy to take for granted the sacrifices of...

The Age-old Dilemma - What Should I Read Next? By: Pam Lamberger We bibliophiles occasionally encounter a bothersome dilemma. Imagine that you have just finished a book that you fully enjoyed and you want to continue with others in the same series or perhaps find another novel...