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Tamalpais High School: An Architectural History

Tamalpais High School: An Architectural History

By Leo DiPierro

May 12, 2016

Tam High has arguably the most beautiful and memorable campus in Northern California. Many students walk our halls oblivious to the rich history of the buildings. Since 1908, Tam’s campus has changed drastically, and has serviced countless people. The names of the various buildings around Tam often...

And the Oscar Goes To…

By The Tam News Staff

February 2, 2016

Star Wars  By Leo DiPierro Star Wars arguably has been one of the most influential and well-known pop culture sensations ever since the first film’s release in 1977. The most recent addition to the franchise, “Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens,” is no exception. The film opened to the highest...

Pranks of the Past

Pranks of the Past

By Blake Villanueva

November 5, 2015

The final year of high school is the time to make mischief. The most important class tradition is the senior prank, the chance for the graduating class to leave its mark on the school, figuratively or literally. As 2016 approaches, rumors of “literally pooping on Redwood” and trading places with...

Movies of the Month

Movies of the Month

By Leo DiPierro, Kate Finn, Maddie Wall

October 19, 2015

The Martian: Matt Damon on Mars by Leo DiPiero The film industry has seen a number of incredible, realistic science-fiction films in the past few years. Among these are “Gravity”(2013) and “Interstellar”(2014). Famed director Ridley Scott’s “The Martian” is shaping up to be an addition...

Graphic Design Class Added to Art Curriculum

Graphic Design Class Added to Art Curriculum

By Leo DiPerro

October 2, 2014

A new class was added to the art department’s roster for registration in 2014. Graphic Design, taught by Zachary Gilmore, is a new class focused on design, logos and digital art as well as aspects of business. “With this class, I’ve been able to see a new [perspective of] graphic design," junior...