Audrey Stanton: More Than a Fashion Statement

Audrey Stanton: More Than a Fashion Statement

Jasmine Caputo

June 2, 2013


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You may have witnessed senior Audrey Stanton strutting across campus sporting the latest fashion trends, or perhaps seen a photo of her outfit later that day on her Instagram with the hashtag #todayiwore. Stanton has made herself known for standing out from Tam’s fashion norm by opting for bold...

Junior Ben Knauer Shows Passion for Sports, Battles Cerebral Palsy

Junior Ben Knauer Shows Passion for Sports, Battles Cerebral Palsy

Weston Lazarus

June 1, 2013


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Junior Ben Knauer grew up playing baseball and discussing the Giants line-up on the blacktop during recess. He knew every player’s stats, from home runs to on-base percentages, and as a high schooler he is passionate about two things: umpiring and football. Knauer is an umpire for the Mill Valley ...

From Ocean Beach To Bali: Junior Trevor Rowedder Traverses Professional Surfing World

From Ocean Beach To Bali: Junior Trevor Rowedder Traverses Professional Surfing World

Nic Mosher

May 23, 2013


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Junior Trevor Rowedder has been surfing almost since he could walk, has professional surfers on speed dial and has traveled more in the last year than many Tam students have in their lives. “My first time on a surfboard was when I was three years old. But I didn’t really get into it until I w...

Senior Begins Rap Career as MC Kramis

Senior Begins Rap Career as MC Kramis

Maddie Elias

March 21, 2013


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Despite his family’s involvement in its Scottish heritage, you won’t find senior Kel Mandigo-Stoba engaging in many traditional activities. More likely, you’ll find him with a microphone in hand, rapping his original songs. Mandigo-Stoba was inspired to start writing when he first heard music...

More Than Just “Roll Over”

More Than Just “Roll Over”

Chris Yip, Chris Yip, and Chris Yip

February 14, 2013


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Meet Katrina, a one year old puppy who will grow up to have a bright, altruistic future. Junior Lauren Killingsworth knows this firsthand; she has spent 13 months training Katrina to qualify her to become a guide dog for the blind. “It’s definitely a very fulfilling activity. With guide dogs you...

Students Reach Playwright’s Festival Finals

Meg Weissleberg & Sander Lutz and Meg Weissleberg & Sander Lutz

February 13, 2013


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The eight finalists of the Marin Young Playwright’s Festival were announced online on January 14. Among them were Tam sophomores Tessa King and Abby Bordin. The festival, produced annually by the Marin Theatre Company (MTC) in Mill Valley, encourages high school students to submit their own ten-minute,...

Zoab Kapoor: Science by Day, Comedy by Night

Zoab Kapoor: Science by Day, Comedy by Night

Sander Lutz

January 6, 2013


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Born and raised on the independent Southeast Asian island of Singapore, senior Zoab Kapoor has pursued a range of very diverse interests since his youth. “My ideal career goal is ‘physicist who is a comedian in the evenings,’” Kapoor said. “That would be strange, I admit, kind of un...

Senior Aspires to Work in the Culinary Arts

Senior Aspires to Work in the Culinary Arts

Emma Sandrolini

January 2, 2013


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Senior Oriana Anguiano is easily recognizable by her long, dark hair and unique style, which, according to Anguiano, is influenced by the music she listens to. “I got into dressing differently one to two years ago when I got into music and different musicians,” she said. “The music I listen to is pretty va...

Performance and Self-Expression: Devon Lawrence’s Experience as a Musician

Performance and Self-Expression: Devon Lawrence’s Experience as a Musician

Aaron Newman

December 11, 2012


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Junior Devon Lawrence slips easily into a smile like a familiar, perfectly fitting jacket. Unlike many of her peers, Lawrence exudes a lighthearted air during a stressful semester. “I do like life,” she confirmed with a bright laugh. But even an optimist like Lawrence couldn’t help feelin...

Early Cobb: The Story Behind a Friendly Habit

Early Cobb: The Story Behind a Friendly Habit

Chris Yip, Chris Yip, and Chris Yip

November 27, 2012


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No one says hello like Early Cobb III, a senior famous for greeting friends and acquaintances every time one passes him by. “It started in 8th grade,” Cobb said, who remembers hearing at a parent meeting that repetition will become habit over time. “I wanted to see if that was true.” One ...

Tam Begins a New Chapter with New Assistant Principal

Tam Begins a New Chapter with New Assistant Principal

Holly Parkin & Jonah Amargi-Levy

November 9, 2012


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Brian Lynch has taken over the job of Assistant Principal at Tam High, after the departure of Chad Stuart. Lynch began his career in education as a Tam counselor seven years ago. “It was during the height of all of the modernization [of the school], so it was great to walk in and see how beau...

Ballet Brings Star Goalie to Tam

Ballet Brings Star Goalie to Tam

Joe Laland

October 3, 2012


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Ballet isn’t a typical cross training sport for water polo players. However, senior Elliot Ordway has transitioned from ballet dancer to one of the toughest water polo goalies in MCAL. “3 years ago, I started as a field player, but then my coach said you’re tall, hop in the cage, and it came naturall...

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