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Tam Falls to Redwood in a Battle of the Aces

Tam Falls to Redwood in a Battle of the Aces

Shane Lavezzo

April 3, 2018


Filed under Game Coverage, Sports

Tam varsity baseball fell to Redwood 2-0 on Tuesday, March 27 during a game full of excellent pitching and high emotions. “Our mental focus and bats weren’t there that game.” Tam senior David Fineman said. “We didn’t focus on ourselves, instead we focused on Redwood and their chirping an...

TUHSD Board and Schools Respond to Parkland Shooting

TUHSD Board and Schools Respond to Parkland Shooting

Shane Lavezzo

March 13, 2018


Filed under News

During the February 27 Tamalpais Union High School District Board of Trustees meeting, members of the Tam community discussed the February 14 school shooting in Parkland, Fla. Tam High student representative Jacob Renneisen commented on the school’s response. “Tam High had a vigil after the shoo...

New Field Trips Approved in 2018

Shane Lavezzo

December 18, 2017


Filed under News

Amid concerns about student equity, the Tamalpais Unified High School District Board of Trustees approved field trips to Hungary/Serbia, Belize, and London in 2018, at the board meeting on November 15. As the field trips were being motioned for approval, Board of Trustees member Michael Futterman brou...

Weight-ing Room

Weight-ing Room

Shane Lavezzo

November 15, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Sports

I limp out of the weight room after a grueling workout, pain shooting through my body. But this pain isn’t from lifting weights or running sprints. This pain is from stubbing my toe five times, cutting my hand on a jagged piece of metal, dropping a weight on my foot, and banging my head on an ill-pla...

Why You Should Pack a Lunch

Why You Should Pack a Lunch

Shane Lavezzo

October 26, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Sprinting out of the car, slamming the doors, and leaving the windows open, my friends book it to the day’s choice of lunch. Whether it is Rocco’s, Joe’s Taco Lounge, Harmony, or Mill Valley Market, my friends are eager to be first in line so they can devour their much awaited food. I, on the ot...

College Board Invalidates Four Marin Catholic AP Tests

Shane Lavezzo

June 3, 2017


Filed under News

As the result of an administrative testing error, Marin Catholic students will be required to retake AP tests after the College Board invalidated the AP Government, AP Spanish, AP Chemistry, and AP English Literature exams. In a now deleted Twitter photo, posted during the first week of May, Marin Ca...

Why You Should Consider Playing a High School Sport

Shane Lavezzo

March 18, 2017


Filed under Opinion

I’ve always been quiet when it comes to my personal life. Voicing my emotions is something I’ve never truly felt comfortable doing. Regardless of who I am talking to, a best friend or even a family member, I prefer to keep how I feel to myself. The only person who knows what is going on in my life...

Alongside the Battle of Cancer

Alongside the Battle of Cancer

Shane Lavezzo

September 27, 2016


Filed under Lifestyles

It was late in the day and junior David Fineman was with his friends when one of them told the group that his mom had bought them all movie tickets. Fineman broke down in tears. Four years ago, Fineman, in eighth grade at the time, had returned home from a baseball game and was told to sit down; his p...

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