The Tam News

(Catherine Stauffer)
Students resist anti-vaccination protest held outside of Tam
By Catherine Stauffer December 14, 2021
Tam students interacted with an anti-vaccination protest being held outside the school on Nov. 3.
(Emily Stull)
The Reality of Consumerism
By Lauren Felder December 13, 2021
A venture into consumerism and the role it plays on the international climate crisis, through examining fast fashion, water, and agricultural industries.
(Naomi Lenchner)
Editorial: State of the Bathrooms
January 10, 2022
The lack of respect for our bathrooms and campus has become a deeply rooted issue at Tam.
(Naomi Lenchner)
Digital Damage
By Naomi Lenchner December 13, 2021
Who knew connecting the world would bring it to the brink of destruction.
Editorial: Spirit Week
December 4, 2021
(Courtesy of Kai Neukermans)
A Drummer Front and Center: Kai Neukermans
By Sawyer Strain December 13, 2021
Kai Neukermans and his band The Alive! are making waves at Bottlerock, Lollapalooza Chile, and other events in the U.S.
(Emily Stull)
'Red (Taylor’s Version)' Review
By Amelia Sandgren December 13, 2021
It’s time to pull out your scarves and fall gloves, order a Pumpkin Spice Latte, and watch the leaves fall, as Taylor Swift has transported us to fall 2012 with the re-recording of her fan-favorite album: Red.
King Richard Review
By Lexa Lemberg and Andrew Cherner December 13, 2021
The Noble Cow Creamery
By Eloise Weir November 2, 2021
Review: Le Marais
By Sawyer Strain October 21, 2021
(Courtesy of Ben Southern)
Striking Gold
December 13, 2021
“If you focus on doing something you want to do, you have to be dedicated to it. You have to make sacrifices to be successful in what you do. It's been seen through history.”
(Naomi Lenchner)
The Crack: A look into Tam’s lack of field space
December 13, 2021
Tam's lack of field space has only been exacerbated by The Crack
The End of an Era
By Griffin Gustafson November 8, 2021
The Town Champ
By Jack Fierstein November 1, 2021