Humans of Tam: She Just Didn’t Believe Me

Humans of Tam: She Just Didn’t Believe Me

Kennedy Cook and Kennedy Cook

June 10, 2018


Filed under Featured, Features, Humans of Tam

I’m not close with my mom at all and it’s really hard for me to open up to people. I have such an issue with that, even my friends. I bottle things up and then I get really stressed and I have breakdowns and stuff. I’m just not used to opening up to people because I never really went through tha...

What Goes Unnoticed: My Struggle With Depression

James Finn

June 3, 2016


Filed under Featured, Opinion

For most students, waking up in the morning is a chore. Hearing a blaring iPhone alarm at 7:00 in the morning instantly makes most teenagers irritable. But for me, and for the other 3 million Americans who struggle with depression, getting out of bed is one of many daily tasks that takes on another le...

To Protect and Serve: Suicide Prevention Through the Eyes of Sergeant Kevin Briggs

To Protect and Serve: Suicide Prevention Through the Eyes of Sergeant Kevin Briggs

Sarah Asch

February 14, 2013


Filed under Features

  On a foggy night several years ago, Sergeant Kevin Briggs faced an unusual problem on the Golden Gate Bridge. As a California Highway Patrolman who works in the area, one of Briggs’s many duties is to respond to calls from or regarding incidents on the Golden Gate Bridge, including potential...

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