An Adult Gym Goer’s Guide to Dealing with Physically Fit Teenagers

An Adult Gym Goer’s Guide to Dealing with Physically Fit Teenagers

Max Goldberg, Website Editor

February 7, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Teenagers can’t seem to do anything right. Their small, underdeveloped brains prevent them from driving well, speaking rationally, turning down the music after you ask them to, and, apparently, exercising. That’s right. Teenagers are a nuisance in the weight room, and the workout routine you lea...

Editorial: BACR Must Stay

Editorial: BACR Must Stay

Editorial Staff

February 7, 2019


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

In light of the proposed budget cuts for the 2019-2020 school year, Tamalpais Union High School District (TUHSD) administration received significant pushback on their plan to cut 50% of Bay Area Community Resources (BACR) funding. BACR provides free counseling and therapy services for roughly 300 students at T...

Editorial: District in Decay

Editorial: District in Decay

Editorial Staff

February 7, 2019


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Beginning in 2016, the Tamalpais Union High School District (TUHSD) saw a precipitous drop in the General Fund, a reserve of past surpluses saved for the prospect of a district-wide crisis.The debacle is frustrating for two distinct reasons. With the passage of Measure J, the district adds a projected $...

Being Biracial and Black

Being Biracial and Black

Sophia Martin

February 7, 2019


Filed under Opinion

When taking a standardized test, many people are able to check one box for the race category without thinking about it. But for others it is a whole internal conflict. I remember taking one of these tests and asking my teacher what I should do if two boxes fit me and she responded, “Then just pic...

The Hangover

The Hangover

Anonymous

September 20, 2018


Filed under Opinion

I've always started this story, in the few times I've told it, by saying, “I woke up…” That's not exactly what happened. More accurately, I slipped out of a state of drunken blackout bliss and found myself in a grim corridor in Juvenile Hall. Now I've always been stupid, but I act smart, and among the many...

Wrap Your Head Around This

Wrap Your Head Around This

Amina Nakhuda

April 23, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Every year in middle school, we would have a moment of silence in remembrance of 9/11. And every year, I would bow my head trying to mourn, but my classmates’ attempts to subtly glance at me interrupted my moment of silence. It was as if there was some connection between me and the terrorists because we we...

Political Party

Political Party

Samantha Locke

April 23, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Youth trends are almost always scrutinized, and youth culture remains an enduring staple of headline material. From internet behavior to social differences, we’ve received pity and disdain from previous generations. Despite the comic frequency with which we’ve been criticized for adolescent apath...

We Regret to Inform You…

We Regret to Inform You…

Marie Hogan

April 23, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Sometime last year, just as college admissions seemed to become, almost overnight, the topic of every conversation, I started watching college acceptance videos on Youtube. After a while, every video began to feel the same – thirty seconds of silent, pained anxiety, the click of a computer, a sudd...

Editorial: The Power of the Panther

Staff

March 23, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Just over a century ago, the white supremacist propaganda film “Birth of a Nation” overtook the cultural consciousness. President Woodrow Wilson was so taken with the now-infamous racist film that he had it screened in the White House, and enough Americans were inspired by its rhetoric that the Klu ...

Breaking Through Breakthrough Day

Breaking Through Breakthrough Day

February 9, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

In February 2017, Tam had its first ever “Breakthrough Day,” which commemorated the 50th anniversary of Operation Breakthrough, an event intended to promote racial understanding and organized by students in response to race riots on campus. Breakthrough Day admirably sought to address racial inequa...

Let’s Have The Talk: #MeToo

Let’s Have The Talk: #MeToo

Abby Frazee

February 9, 2018


Filed under Opinion

It’s been four months since news broke that Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein paid off dozens of actresses to remain silent about their sexual assault accusations against him. Thank God they didn’t. What followed were a series of accusations against numerous other men in power –– actors, tal...

A Dystopian Present

A Dystopian Present

Jake Paz-Priel

February 8, 2018


Filed under Opinion

August 12, 2039 Beginning this academic year, parents are sending record numbers of applications for their unborn children to participate in internships in order to have a competitive edge. Selective daycare programs groom 12-36 month-olds for Ivy League schools. Yearly tuition for the top-notch dayca...

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