The Tam News

School sports: the income divide

Graphic by Dennis Lubensky

By Elianna Cohen

June 3, 2012

“When I was little, I knew my parents couldn’t afford to enroll me in any sports programs,” said senior Jennifer Reyes. Throughout tryouts during her sophomore year, she realized that she could not keep up with her other potential teammates. But Reyes wasn’t alone. Lots of other students who didn...

Hartquist’s Dream Analysis

Hartquist’s Dream Analysis

By Elianna Cohen

May 17, 2011

What did you dream last night? Psychology teacher Jon Hartquist incorporates dream analysis into a unit of his psychology course, because he believes dreams give us a chance to mull things over. In the dream analysis process, students’ dreams are looked at in context of their lives. “When you see ...

We ♥ Marin: Loving Life in the North Bay

Sunset at Marin Headlands, outside of Sausalito

By Staff

February 18, 2011

"Welcome to Marin County” reads a weathered green sign partway across the Golden Gate Bridge when heading north away from San Francisco. Read More »...

Competition In the New Economy: College expecations push students to the academic limit

By Elianna Cohen & Zach Wexman

November 8, 2010

Nicole Bruno is a Tam student applying to college just like most of her classmates. However, an important factor will greatly influence where she decides to attend college: financial aid. “College is extremely expensive, especially with a single- parent income,” said Bruno. “A big factor in...

Girls varsity tennis team fights to win over Branson

November 8, 2010

The Tamalpais High School girls varsity tennis team beat Branson 7-2 on October 7 on the Branson courts. This was the second match they played against Branson on September 7, following a 5-4 victory here at Tam’s courts. Read More »...

San Francisco LovEvolution cancelled after 19 die

By Elianna Cohen

October 1, 2010

San Francisco’s LovEvolution, which was supposed to occur on October 2, was cancelled due to the nineteen deaths at Germany’s LoveFest. One million people attended the LoveFest event on June 24, 2010 in Duisburg, Germany when a mere 700,000 were supposed to show up. After police officials closed...

Welcome Back Rally a school hit

FIGHT IT OUT: Senior Charlie Eddy jousts with new assistant principal Chad Stuart at this year’s Welcome Back Rally.       Photo by: Kristina Willis

By Elianna Cohen

September 5, 2010

On Friday, September 3, Tam High had its first rally of the school year. It was the freshmen’s first, and yet no streakers showed up to the event. Danielle Bowen and Carrie Brandon sang Lady Gaga’s Poker Face in a custom rendition. Later, teachers and students fed on whipped cream and bubblegum. ...