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100 years in retrospect

100 years in retrospect

By Kara Kneafsey

December 20, 2019

2019 was the 100th anniversary of The Tamalpais News. Since 1919, journalism students have been covering popular culture, historic events, and day-to-day life at Tam. The following are excerpts from archival issues of The Tam News, with quotes from alumni to help bring them to life.

Humans of Tam: The art of remembering names

Humans of Tam: The art of remembering names

By Niulan Wright

November 13, 2019

Tam senior Hannah Kahn's perspective on names and their importance.

Humans of Tam: Today was the loneliest day of my life

Humans of Tam: Today was the loneliest day of my life

By Niulan Wright

November 1, 2019

An anonymous Tam student on their sister departing for college.

Street shot or sum

Street shot or sum

By Luke Osborn

September 10, 2019

Photos by junior Luke Osborn of the Mill Valley skate park and the culture it has fostered.

Humans of Tam: The Thing That Makes Them Happy

By Logan Little

May 22, 2019

Humans of Tam features anonymous students and snippets of their voices and experiences. It [ballet] was taking over my life pretty much. I couldn’t do anything and ballet at the same time. I had no social life at all because I was either at ballet or doing homework or eating food. I had no free ...

Humans of Tam: I Didn’t Want Anyone to Treat Me Differently

Humans of Tam: I Didn’t Want Anyone to Treat Me Differently

By Kennedy Cook and Christopher Giron

April 23, 2019

Humans of Tam features anonymous students and snippets of their voices and experiences. My doctor was like eh, if you want to. But my mom would never [pass up the X-ray]. She is one of those really cautious people. When the doctor told me, oh it’s probably just swollen, I thought, ‘oh okay, then it...

Humans of Tam: It’s not like I’m reassured

Humans of Tam: It’s not like I’m reassured

By Kennedy Cook and Christopher Giron

April 18, 2019

Humans of Tam features anonymous students and snippets of their voices and experiences. "I definitely think that if I didn’t smoke weed I would do more homework, and be more motivated to have good grades. I smoke almost every morning before school and between most classes because it makes it m...