The Tam News

The four best Bay Area flea markets

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By Daisy Wanger

November 15, 2019

Daisy Wanger puts a spotlight on the best flea markets popping up in the Bay Area.

Marin Struggles with Continued Flooding

Marin Struggles with Continued Flooding

By Marie Hogan

February 2, 2017

When king tides and heavy rain combined to caused flooding and road closures in January, it came as no surprise to residents of Mill Valley. “The flooding goes back for as long as we’ve recorded the information,” said former editor of the Historical Society Review and long time Mill Valley...

The Movement That Crossed the Country: Our Stories

The Movement That Crossed the Country: Our Stories

By Arya Guinney, Birggita Danielson, Ginger Lazarus, Maddie Wall, Elissa Asch

February 2, 2017

  Washington D.C.: ETHICS SCHMETHICS,” “FAKE TAN, FAKE MAN.” And my personal favorite; “I can’t believe I still have to protest this shit” from an elderly woman. These are just a few signs I saw at the Women’s March on Washington. Standing on Independence Street,  you didn’t need...

New Marine Science Course Pending UC Approval

GLUB CLUB: Science teacher April Tucker’s interest in marine science is apparent in her multiple aquariums. Photo by Sophia Ellingson

By CJ LaDuke & Sam McDonogh

March 11, 2013

For the first time at Tam, a marine science course will be offered for the 2013-2014 school year. Spearheaded by Amgen Award-winning science teacher April Tucker, Marine Science will offer a unique an interesting alternative to traditional science curriculum. Tucker has a strong background and special...