The Tam News


For peers or for college?

(Tenaya Tremp)

By Grace Gustafson

November 11, 2019

Link Crew is meant to help new high school students adjust. But are upperclassmen using it for themselves instead?

We must speak for the trees

(John Overton)

By Claire Finch

November 7, 2019

A comparison between the classic book and the global crisis we are currently facing.

Editorial: Burn notice

(Tenaya Tremp)

By Editorial Staff

October 19, 2019

Our house is on fire. Absent global action on an unprecedented scale, it will stay that way.

Trader Joe’s virgin

(Tenaya Tremp)

By Claire Conger

October 17, 2019

Reflections on a lifetime of Trader Joe's deprivation.

A review of all the cats I know

(John Overton)

By John Overton

October 8, 2019

The animal, at first glance, seemed a perfect thing to pet, so fluffy and soft. Lo and behold, that cat was a total jerk.

Steered STEM

(Mila Cheung)

By Skye Schoenhoeft

September 27, 2019

Tam’s use of honors and AP classes makes math and science the most competitive route, diminishing opportunity in other academic interests.

Editorial: Not on schedule

(Tenaya Tremp)

By Editorial Staff

September 19, 2019

Parts of the scheduling conflicts were unavoidable. But there were many places where they could have been handled more smoothly.

Reduce, reuse … recycle?

(Tenaya Tremp)

By Tenaya Tremp

September 18, 2019

The benefits of recycling may be less impressive than common understanding.

Ballet is for boys too

(Skye Schoenhoeft)

By Johanna Meezan

September 14, 2019

Ballet needs both men and women, and everyone, the media especially, needs to know that.

Breakthrough Day is worth doing well

(Samantha Ferro)

By Benjy Wall-Feng

June 24, 2019

The disorganized nature of the event inhibited its ability to start a constructive conversation, and may have actually dissuaded people from listening further.

Editorial: Sorry about that

Editorial: Sorry about that

By Editorial Staff

June 24, 2019

A local high school student’s YouTube channel featuring Islamophobic, racist, and other fringe right-wing content under the guise of satire went viral. But whether to react to an instance of hateful alt-right messaging at all is a crucial question.

The reality of Ramadan

The reality of Ramadan

By Khadija Nakhuda

June 24, 2019

People hold many misconceptions that make “fasting month” sound miserable. But for Muslims it’s the favorite time of year.