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(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.
(Courtesy of Ethan Swope)

Leadership updates events for new Covid guidelines

By Carley Lehman December 13, 2021
Leadership announces Winter Formal, the first school-wide dance since the pandemic began.
(Courtesy of Chuck Ford)

Tam renames Lower Keyser to Barrow Hall

By Lauren Felder November 5, 2021
Due to her impactful time at Tam, Lower Keyser has now been renamed to Barrow Hall after Clara 'Jewel' Barrow.
(Jack Fierstein)

Tam implements new tardy policy to address influx of late students

By Julian Goodman and Naomi Lenchner November 5, 2021
Tam administration implemented a new tardy policy which includes detention for students who receive 5 or more tardies in a week.
(Courtesy of Asher Goldblatt)

Tam football rallies to beat Redwood in homecoming game

By Amelia Sandgren October 25, 2021
Tam defeated rival Redwood in the annual homecoming game for the first time since 2013.
(Courtesy of Ethan Swope)

Administration shortens lunch time

By Wesley Slavin and Athos Oliveira October 25, 2021
A change in Tam's schedule has seen an increase in tardies among students.
(Kayla Boon)

Hauke Park residents object to low-income housing proposal

By Naomi Lenchner October 21, 2021
On June 21, the Mill Valley City Council voted to look into building a low-income housing complex on Hamilton Drive, angering many Hauke Park residents.
The Dunphy Park homeless encampment in Sausalito. (Amelia Sandgren)

Sausalito judge rules in favor of Dunphy Park homeless encampment

By Charlie Wiltsee April 19, 2021
The judge ruled the encampment would be allowed to remain at the site partly due to concerns over the spread of COVID-19 if it were to be shut down.
(Paige Anderson)

Marin County reopens indoor dining

By Phoebe Leisek April 19, 2021
After over a year of strictly outdoor dining, improving COVID-19 numbers have allowed Marin County to reintroduce indoor dining at a limited capacity.
(Ethan Swope)

District announces full return to site-based instruction April 13

By Samantha Nichols April 12, 2021
Due to recent improvements in case numbers in Marin and updated social distancing guidelines from the CDC, students will be able to attend campus five days a week following spring break.
(Samantha Nichols)

College Board discontinues Subject Tests, optional SAT essay

By GG Mormorunni February 24, 2021
The changes will affect students beginning the college admissions process.
(Courtesy of Abbey Levine)

Link Crew leads freshman class on first tour of Tam campus

By Amelia Sandgren February 24, 2021
Incoming students learned directions to their classes in preparation for a return to campus.
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