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“Senior season”

(Emily Stull)
By Claudia Epsha December 18, 2020
It's that time of year again: college application season. Let's break down how the senior class of '21 is handling it.

Conservatives in Marin

(Naomi Lenchner)
By Naomi Lenchner November 27, 2020
With 82.5 percent of Marin County residents voting for Joseph R. Biden in this November's election, let's look into the 17.5 percent who voted the other way.

November’s featured artist of the month: Senior Averie Ledger

(Courtesy of Averie Ledger)
By Emily Stull November 15, 2020
Senior Averie Ledger celebrates the female body through artwork she calls, "Sexy Shrooms."

RBG’s Impact on the Tam Community

RBG's Impact on the Tam Community
By Emily Stull November 2, 2020
An analysis of Ruth Bader Ginsburg's life and influence on our lives today.

Is Distance Learning Healthy?

(Courtesy of Tam High)
By Charlie Wiltsee October 17, 2020
Due to distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, TUHSD students are spending upwards of six hours on screens per day.

October’s featured artist of the month: Junior Natalie Nong

Courtesy of Natalie Nong
By Emily Stull October 3, 2020
From experiences of racism to mental health, each piece tells a story.

End of discussion. Period.

(Claire Conger)
By Claire Conger September 20, 2020
A survey of 147 Tam students demonstrates a lack of understanding of menstruation bringing into question the quality of sex-ed in local elementary and middle schools and at Tam.

Quarantine Creations

(Courtesy of Artemis Frederick)
By Claudia Epsha September 19, 2020
Senior Artemis Frederick explains in their own words how quarantine has impacted their artistic creativity and personal life.

Generation Parkland

(Isabella Faillace)
By Skye Schoenhoeft May 28, 2020
A third of Tam students dream about gun violence. Why? Generational trauma.

An ode to the class of 2020

(Courtesy of Tam High Leadership)
By Chloe Gammon May 26, 2020
Over the past four years, we have felt the unique historical significance of our high school experience.

Kylie Frame: The face behind Feed the Frontlines Marin

(Courtesy of Kylie Frame)
By Emily Stull May 19, 2020
Frame's nonprofit organization raises money to purchase meals from local businesses and donates those meals to essential workers in the area.

Six feet apart

(Ethan Swope)
By Kara Kneafsey April 23, 2020
This feature illustrates a snapshot of what California’s shelter in place order has entailed, outlining the experiences members of the Tam community are going through.
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