The Tam News

Fire in Downtown Sausalito

Fire in Downtown Sausalito

By Rocky Brown, Rocky Brown, and Rocky Brown

June 11, 2018

At 6:25 p.m., on the corner of Princess and Bridgeway in Sausalito, a fire erupted in the alley between Starbucks and Sausalito Jewelers. Within five minutes of the ignition, the fire quickly engulfed the alley, sending a plume of smoke into the air. “The cause of the fire is yet to be determ...

Students Organize DACA Walkout

By Marie Hogan

December 12, 2017

Approximately one hundred students walked out of their seventh period classes and gathered at the arches in a protest of President Donald Trump’s handling of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, on October 25. The walkout was organized by Tam’s Students for Social Justice clu...

Fire in Sausalito

By Griffin Chen & Aaron Young

October 26, 2017

  At around noon on October 17, a fast-moving brush fire broke out along the southbound side of Highway 101. Local fire departments, with assistance from the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, quickly arrived at the scene, containing and extinguishing the fire before it spread out o...

Tam’s New Attendance Enforcement

By Milo Levine

October 26, 2017

This year the administration has amped up its attendance enforcement to counter Tam’s abysmal absence and tardiness record. “Tam High [absences] are excessive … for our district [and] excessive for all high schools in California,” assistant principal Angela Gramlick said. Both excused and unexcuse...

Marin Business’ Support Hurricane Harvey Victims

Marin Business’ Support Hurricane Harvey Victims

By Elissa Asch

September 6, 2017

The Mill Valley Fire Department and the Mill Valley Chamber collaborated to plan Shop, Dine and Donate, an event that will take place on September 7. All shops and restaurants that have committed to participating will donate five percent of their proceeds from the day to victims of Hurricane Harvey through...

ASB Holds Club Day Wednesday

ASB Holds Club Day Wednesday

By Maddie Asch

September 27, 2016

This Wednesday, September 28, there will be a Club Fair outside the student center. The fair, hosted by the Associated Student Body (ASB), will occur during tutorial and lunch and introduce students to the multitude of clubs available at Tam. “This event is mostly geared toward freshmen and students...

Brief: Safeway Limits Parking for Students

Brief: Safeway Limits Parking for Students

By Austin Peck

November 13, 2013

Many students have grown accustomed to parking in the Safeway lot, but new enforcement policies have made these spots less than ideal. Starting in October, Safeway officials began a crackdown on students’ cars parked in excess of two hours. Signs have been affixed around the lot warning drivers that...

Students Surveyed on Bullying Experiences

By Chris Henn

February 21, 2013

The Tamalpais Union High School district has begun a new initiative to fight bullying at Tam, starting with a survey distributed to students during tutorial on January 18 . “We have to create a culture where [bullying] is not allowed,” Assistant Principal Brian Lynch said. Lynch is leading the...

Girls Lacrosse falls short to Stevenson

By Kenny Rosenberg

April 19, 2012

Saturday, March 24th, the Tam girls lacrosse team faced Stevenson High, from Pebble Beach. The hawks could not come away with the victory, losing 7-8. Freshman Shea Drake ran the ball well and had a few assists along with a few goals. Senior goalie and captain Baylin Vreeland played very well defensively. “We...

Boys golf beats Novato

By Jake Davis

April 5, 2012

Tam’s boys golf team won on March 29, shooting a combined 182 against Novato High, 205. After a victory the day before against San Rafael, the team was intent on winning. “We had a match versus San Rafael yesterday, we did very well against them,” said coach Mark Campagna on the day of the Novato...