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Sports Opinion: Physical Education: Unnecessary for Student Athletes

Sports Opinion: Physical Education: Unnecessary for Student Athletes

Arya Guinney & Kennedy Cook

March 31, 2017


Filed under Sports

Physical Education (P.E.) is a two-year required course for every student that attends Tam. It has two components–one that encompasses the information a student would learn in a health class and a second, composed of the physical exercise itself. Students regularly try to find ways out of P.E. in...

The Movement That Crossed the Country: Our Stories

The Movement That Crossed the Country: Our Stories

Arya Guinney, Birggita Danielson, Ginger Lazarus, Maddie Wall, Elissa Asch

February 2, 2017


Filed under Lifestyles

  Washington D.C.: ETHICS SCHMETHICS,” “FAKE TAN, FAKE MAN.” And my personal favorite; “I can’t believe I still have to protest this shit” from an elderly woman. These are just a few signs I saw at the Women’s March on Washington. Standing on Independence Street,  you didn’t need...

Bleeding for a Cause

Bleeding for a Cause

Emma Steinberg

December 2, 2016


Filed under News

The first of Tamalpais High School’s two annual blood drives took place Monday, November 28th. They reached their initial goal of 55 to 58 pints of blood and there were barely any student’s turned away for donation. Arya Guinney, a senior in charge of the event, expressed her excitement in garnering so ...

Picture This: Anika Kaplan Graduates Early to Pursue Photography

Arya Guinney

October 11, 2016


Filed under Lifestyles, Profiles

Anika Kaplan is “technically” a senior, but this year, her third year of high school, will mark her last. Kaplan has plans to attend New York University’s art school, yet she won’t be applying until the rest of her 2018 classmates. What makes Kaplan able to do this is her love of one thing: ...

Girls’ Varsity Water Polo Loses to Saint Ignatius

Girls’ Varsity Water Polo Loses to Saint Ignatius

Emily Pavis

September 27, 2016


Filed under Game Coverage, Sports

The girls' varsity water polo lost to the Saint Ignatius Wildcats by a mere one point on September 14. The Hawks started in control, leading by 2-1 at the end of the first quarter. The Hawks scored an additional two goals in the second quarter,  yet let in four, losing momentum. By the final quarter,...