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An Outcast Among Outcasts

By Emily Stull April 19, 2022
"I am bisexual, and I shouldn’t have to prove that to a straight person, much less a person in the queer community."
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Gravity Vault Was Alright

By Emily Stull January 28, 2022
"In my experience, the quality of a climbing gym relies on a variety of aspects: from diversity in route setting and the amenities offered, to the playlist’s vibe."
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@metooattam

By Emily Stull February 7, 2021
58 percent of students seventh through twelfth grade experience sexual assault or harassment. High schoolers nationwide have taken matters into their own hands, establishing student-led task forces and outlets for victims to anonymously share their stories.
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My Gray Hair

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

November’s featured artist of the month: Senior Averie Ledger

By Emily Stull November 15, 2020
Senior Averie Ledger celebrates the female body through artwork she calls, "Sexy Shrooms."
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Trump supporters antagonize Marin City community members during rally

By Emily Stull November 10, 2020
A "car cruise" in support of President Donald Trump stopped in Marin City the day before the presidential election. Trump supporters waved Blue Lives Matter and MAGA flags and shouted racial slurs at residents of the majority-Black community.
RBGs Impact on the Tam Community

RBG’s Impact on the Tam Community

By Emily Stull November 2, 2020
An analysis of Ruth Bader Ginsburg's life and influence on our lives today.
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End of discussion. Period.

By Claire Conger September 20, 2020
A survey of 147 Tam students demonstrates a lack of understanding of menstruation bringing into question the quality of sex-ed in local elementary and middle schools and at Tam.
(Ethan Swope)

Leadership transitions to block period class in an effort to increase diversity

By Emily Stull September 19, 2020
Despite efforts to make the program more accessible, minority and lowerclassmen enrollment rates have dropped.
(Courtesy of Kylie Frame)

Kylie Frame: The face behind Feed the Frontlines Marin

By Emily Stull May 19, 2020
Frame's nonprofit organization raises money to purchase meals from local businesses and donates those meals to essential workers in the area.
(Ethan Swope)

Six feet apart

By Kara Kneafsey April 23, 2020
This feature illustrates a snapshot of what California’s shelter in place order has entailed, outlining the experiences members of the Tam community are going through.
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Monster Jam

By Emily Stull March 14, 2020
A monster truck competition is the one sporting event I wouldn’t miss.
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