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Editorial: Sorry about that

Editorial: Sorry about that

By Editorial Staff

June 24, 2019

A local high school student’s YouTube channel featuring Islamophobic, racist, and other fringe right-wing content under the guise of satire went viral. But whether to react to an instance of hateful alt-right messaging at all is a crucial question.

Inaugural Tam Unity Day

By Samantha Locke & Maddie Asch

December 7, 2017

Tam had its first Unity Day on Friday, October 27. Lunch was extended by ten minutes and four different categories of activities were spread out around campus: food trucks and music were in front of the school, staff versus student basketball game took place in Gus Gym, art supplies were provided in O...

Race Matters Panel

By Samantha Ferro

September 22, 2017

Over the next two months, Marin County is offering a series of panels and workshops called Race Matters. The panels are about how race overlaps with topics like criminal justice, health, jobs, environment, and housing. Tam principal J.C Farr will speak at one of the upcoming panels about what the...

Tam Unity Chalk Project

Tam Unity Chalk Project

By Elissa Asch

August 30, 2017

    During the afternoon of August 17, members of the Tam community gathered to celebrate diversity and love at Tam in the form of chalk drawings around campus. The event was organized by Tam Unity, a committee created this year by members of Tam leadership to build the culture and community at Ta...

Feeding Marin: Exploring the Bay Area’s Hunger Crisis

Feeding Marin: Exploring the Bay Area’s Hunger Crisis

By Kendall Lafranchi

December 23, 2014

Thanksgiving is a holiday defined by food. Traditionally, families are seated around a table of turkey, stuffing, and cranberry sauce, piling more than enough food onto their plates. As normal as this may seem for some, for others this tradition couldn’t be further from reality. In San Francisco an...

EDITORIAL: Coping With Loss in the Community

EDITORIAL: Coping With Loss in the Community

By the Tam News Staff

December 21, 2013

A number of deaths have shaken Tam this semester. Although this is a difficult subject to discuss, it is important that a conversation regarding grief remains open. We are all affected by loss, directly or indirectly; it is difficult to watch loved ones struggle when they lose someone close to them. Through...

Fallen through the cracks: Tam’s lost Latinos’ speak out

December 13, 2010

The day of Tam’s back to school rally; when my friends and I were walking near Mill Valley Middle School. All of us are Latinos. Jazmin, Jorge, Diego, and Victor are all Mexican; Lily and I are both a mix of Salvadoran and Guatemalan and Samuel is Guatemalan. It was a hot day and we were just happy...