The Tam News

Running the Trap: Four Undiscovered Artists

Running the Trap: Four Undiscovered Artists

Cody Duane-McGlashan

May 27, 2014


Filed under Lifestyles, Reviews

Recently, Electronic Dance Music (EDM) has become a prominent part of teenage mainstream culture. Dubstep crept into the public eye a few years ago, but its appeal was short lived. Trap music seems to be growing in popularity, and perhaps it will soon replace dubstep or house as the most popular EDM...

Hawkward 3.0: The Trials and Tribulations of Air Travel

Hawkward 3.0: The Trials and Tribulations of Air Travel

Cody Duane-McGlashan

February 11, 2014


Filed under Opinion

Airports can make for some of the most awkward experiences on Earth, and a recent trip to San Diego affirmed this for me. I’m a responsible adult, and as such I decided to make a pit stop before boarding my flight. I walked into the restroom without paying attention, instead thinking about how much...

Month in Review: November

Month in Review: November

TBN

December 12, 2013


Filed under News, Video

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jqTBFUBM3oM November's Month in Review includes interviews with senior Maddie Hill and English teacher Abbey Levine.

Fall Food Drive Runs Through December 6

Fall Food Drive Runs Through December 6

Cody Duane-McGlashan

November 29, 2013


Filed under News

Leadership is putting on its annual fall food drive, which aims to collect canned and nonperishable foods for the Marin and San Francisco Food Bank. “Donating food is vital to do during the holiday season…when people are rushing around for their families, they forget about people around them that...

Boys’ Soccer Beats Arcata in First Round of Playoffs

Boys’ Soccer Beats Arcata in First Round of Playoffs

Cody Duane-McGlashan

November 17, 2013


Filed under Sports

Boys' varsity soccer beat Arcata High school 2-1 in the first round of NCS playoffs on November 6. The Hawks took an early lead when Senior Jackson Wong kicked a long cross to senior Teddy Mauze who scored with a diving header. Tam kept its 1—0 lead until 8 minutes into the second half when Arcata s...

Hawkward 2.0

Hawkward 2.0

Cody Duane-McGlashan

October 28, 2013


Filed under Opinion

It’s been a while since I’ve written about my incredibly uncomfortable experiences in perfectly ordinary situations, but that’s not due to a lack of awkwardness in my life. A staple of social interactions is the handshake. I have become accustomed to a tasteful high five that slides into a fist...

Michael Krause Wins “Heroes in the Classroom” Award

Michael Krause Wins “Heroes in the Classroom” Award

Cody Duane-McGlashan

October 20, 2013


Filed under News

English teacher Michael Krause received the Symetra Heroes in the Classroom award on October 9, becoming the third teacher at Tam to receive this honor. Symetra Heroes in the Classroom is run by Symetra in partnership with the National Football League and Wells Fargo. Krause was nominated for the...

Baseball Infield Being Replaced With Artificial Turf

Baseball Infield Being Replaced With Artificial Turf

Cody Duane-McGlashan

October 3, 2013


Filed under Sports

  Baseball Field maintenance can be a hassle, with hundreds of geese tearing it up every day. However, this year, that problem will be remedied with the installation of artificial turf on the baseball field. Tam baseball players received word of these coming changes in an email from athletic...

#Pointless

#Pointless

Cody Duane-McGlashan

June 12, 2013


Filed under Opinion

When I see a “#” pop up on whatever social networking site I happen to be wasting my precious time on, my heart rate immediately increases, my pulse quickens and the desire to punch the nearest inanimate object almost gets the better of me. The fact that hashtags make me so upset is ridiculous...

Hawk Talk: Senior Advice for Freshmen

Hawk Talk: Senior Advice for Freshmen

Cody Duane-McGlashan

June 6, 2013


Filed under Hawk Talk, News

Coming to high school can be an exciting and intimidating transition filled with new classes, teachers and peers. We’ve all been through it, and who better to ask for advice than our wise and knowledgeable seniors who will soon have completed all of high school? In this month’s Hawk Talk seniors...

Briefly: The Mountain Play Turns 100

Briefly: The Mountain Play Turns 100

Cody Duane-McGlashan and Cody Duane-McGlashan

May 23, 2013


Filed under News

The 2013 Mountain Play “The Sound of Music” opened on May 19, marking the event’s 100th anniversary. The Mountain Play Association, which has put on the outdoor theater experience annually since 1913, is a nonprofit organization that coordinates the event. The play is performed in an outdoor theater...

Computer Requirement Waived For Class of 2014

Cody Duane-McGlashan

March 23, 2013


Filed under News

The Tamalpais Union High School District administration has decided to waive its technology requirement for the second successive year. The requirement no longer applies to the class of 2014. Prior to the waiver, the requirement could be met either by taking the semester-long Introduction to Computers...