The Tam News


My Gray Hair

(Emily Stull)
By Emily Stull January 3, 2021
I am 17 years old and have quite a bit of gray hair.

My LGBTQ Experience At Tam

(Tahlia Amanson)
By Kennedy Enlowsmith December 18, 2020
"I’ve always been one of the few kids at my school with gay parents, and my experience hasn’t been easy."

Why election day should be a national holiday

(Emily Stull)
By Charlie Wiltsee December 4, 2020
Why is the most important day in American politics on a random Tuesday in November?

I have a scapegoat, and you can too!

(Emily Stull)
By Claire Conger November 30, 2020
The infamous "Trader Joe's virgin" is back at it again with a much-awaited sequel.

The Truth About Breakout Rooms

(Jordan Cushner)
By Paige Anderson October 3, 2020
Breakout rooms are hell.

Editorial: Use Your Voice and Vote

(Jessica Bukowski)
By Editorial Staff September 23, 2020
We implore you to vote for both local and national measures.

A Love Letter to Yerba Mate

(Tahlia Amanson)
By Oona O'Neill September 21, 2020
You taught me what it means to be constantly jittery and alert. And while I may never be able to differentiate the butterflies in my stomach between love of Yerba or extreme caffeine-induced anxiety. It is inconsequential of my feelings for you.

Oat Milk Outrage

(Claire Conger)
By Claire Conger September 20, 2020
After learning of Oatly's less than savory partnership with Blackstone, I've turned my back on the brand in favor of Califa Farms.

Racism is of “immediate local importance”

(Images courtesy of Annie Spratt, Benjaminrobyn Jespersen, and the City of Mill Valley; illustration by Benjy Wall-Feng)
By Benjy Wall-Feng June 8, 2020
And Mayor Sashi McEntee’s dismissal of Black Lives Matter is far from the only evidence.

The truth about coffee

(Tenaya Tremp)
By Sophia Martin May 24, 2020
Let's all just be honest with ourselves ... coffee doesn't taste good.

Editorial: “Breach of contract and gross negligence”

(Sophia Martin)
By Editorial Staff May 22, 2020
The problems with AP testing are not novel or unprecedented — but the pandemic may give us the chance to rethink public education.

The trouble with TikTok dances

(Tenaya Tremp)
By Tenaya Tremp May 7, 2020
Tiktok might be more infectious than we thought ...
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