Diaries of a Bisexual

Diaries of a Bisexual

December 6, 2018


Filed under Opinion

My best friend and I are lying in the dark, buried in covers and playing a classic sleepover game: Bed Wed Behead. We’ve known each other for seven years, but only in the past couple of months have I come out to her, and everyone, as bisexual. She lists the names of old middle school classmates or...

Outed Every Day

Outed Every Day

Skye Schoenhoeft

September 24, 2018


Filed under Features

With additional reporting by Sam Schnee     Most of us don’t like putting our phones in the caddy every time we walk into class. It’s definitely annoying, but for most it’s nothing more than a minor, quickly forgotten inconvenience. For some students, though, this experience c...

Something Worth Fighting For: San Rafael High’s Homecoming Embraces Change

Something Worth Fighting For: San Rafael High’s Homecoming Embraces Change

Emma Talkoff

October 30, 2013


Filed under Features

San Rafael High School senior Tenaya Raives took the stage in front of an audience of cheering classmates at the school’s Homecoming game on October 4, the last of 12 formally dressed Homecoming court members to ascend the makeshift steps. An audible swell in applause from the bleachers welcomed a...

In Defense of Alphabet Soup

In Defense of Alphabet Soup

Bella Levaggi

October 29, 2013


Filed under Opinion

A lot of today’s social and cultural hot button issues can seem hopelessly mired in a maze of terminology. To an outsider, there seems to be a million specifics to keep track of, and it can get confusing and overwhelming. The myriad letters for sexuality and gender expression combined with pronouns...

The Wrong Kind of Ally

The Wrong Kind of Ally

Mae Puckett

June 11, 2013


Filed under Opinion

If there’s one thing any queer teenager wants, it is support. We are coming out in a world dominated by straight people, and the last thing we want is to be alienated and isolated in a world that was not built for people like us. This is why we, as the LGBTQQA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender,...

The Modern Misconception

The Modern Misconception

Bella Levaggi

June 1, 2013


Filed under Opinion

When ABC’s “Modern Family” came on the air in 2009, it was hailed by many, including myself, as both hilarious and a pioneer of sorts. Chronicling the “modern” American family, the program documents the lives of grumpy patriarch Jay Pritchett (Ed O’Neil) and his younger Columbian wife, Gloria...

GSA Begins Anti-Bullying Video

Emma Boczek

December 17, 2012


Filed under News

The Tam High Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) is hoping to increase their community involvement with an anti-bullying awareness video. The GSA has asked for students to write about and share their bullying experiences by submitting them in an anonymous envelope hung outside classroom 157 in Wood Hall. “Marin...

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