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Stay Off Our Tail(pipes)

Stay Off Our Tail(pipes)

Maddie Asch

March 31, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Mentioning the lack of parking in the Back Parking Lot (BPL) at Tam is sure to spark heated conversation. And if seniors hear that a junior is parking in the BPL, watch out, you’ve got yourself a fire. Yes, I get that it is a tradition that seniors park in the BPL. It’s a school rule; a right o...

Wait Your Turn

Wait Your Turn

Connor Norton and Grace Bell

March 31, 2017


Filed under Opinion

As seniors, we have spent three years waiting to park in the Back Parking Lot (BPL). We have trekked from past the field house, braved the consequences of parking in the teacher lot, and arrived at school just as the sun rises to get as close to the BPL as possible. We’ve waited our turn. We’ve stayed outsi...

EDITORIAL: Parkin’ Problems

EDITORIAL: Parkin’ Problems

Staff

April 8, 2016


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

The lack of parking at Tam has been at the forefront of student conversation, often outshining other topics - prom, standardized testing, college acceptances and decisions, grades - as the most complained about subject among our student body. As more and more sophomores get their driver’s licenses, par...

Breaking News: Flooding at Tam

Breaking News: Flooding at Tam

TBN and TBN

December 3, 2014


Filed under News, Video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0eGZD8wdMto This is TBN's Breaking News.  Massive Flooding at Tam: the staff parking lot is submerged, police are directing traffic, and students are boogie boarding on the baseball field.  Reporters Riley Kuffner and Sarah Asch have the story.

EDITORIAL: Transportation Limited by Theft

EDITORIAL: Transportation Limited by Theft

Tam News Staff

November 17, 2013


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

As reported in this issue’s article “Bike Theft Spike Prompts Security Re-evaluation,” the Tam community is dealing with the effects of a recent increase in bike thefts. The implications of these crimes extend farther than individual students’ loss of property. The thefts discourage students...