News, Opinion, & Multimedia for Tamalpais High School

The Tam News

News, Opinion, & Multimedia for Tamalpais High School

The Tam News

News, Opinion, & Multimedia for Tamalpais High School

The Tam News

Harrison Engel

Tackling consumerism with Harrison Engel

By Sophia Weinberg, Editor in Chief Mar 28, 2024

Tamalpais High School senior Harrison Engel has emerged as a pioneer for the digital advocation of sustainable fashion. At school, Engel is a traditional student. He spends his time leading the mock trial...

Teacher by 7, coach by 4

By Elisa Cobb, Features Editor Mar 28, 2024

Whiteboards, lectures, and grading in the early and late hours of the day are the basis of what is most likely in store for teachers during the regular school year. However, a different use and context...

Price Jeffris: the University of Utah

Price Jeffris: the University of Utah

By Josh Goldman Mar 28, 2024

Whether you know him by his signature No. 40 or his swag on the field, everyone can agree that Price Jeffris is the real deal. No. 40 scored 41 goals this past spring for the Tamalpais Hawks lacrosse team,...

Graphic by Sam Ismalier

A History of the Mill Valley Coffee Shop

By Satya Schiller, Reporter Feb 5, 2024

In the shadows of all the major coffee shop corporations in Mill Valley lies a family-owned cafe on the corner of Miller and Locust Avenue. From an influx of new families moving to Marin County, to the...

Rowan Scobie

Profile: Rowan Scobie

By Jude Paine Nov 13, 2023

Tamalpais High School junior Rowan Scobie announced her commitment to Northwestern University on Oct. 5. Throughout high school and the complex recruitment process, Scobie’s devotion to the sport and...

A New Year, a New Principal

By Elisa Cobb, Features editor Oct 30, 2023

As students enter the 2023-2024 school year so does their new principal. After Tamalpais High School’s past principal J.C. Farr’s resignation, and an interim principal Liz Seabury, a new principal,...

Remembering Tam student culture past and present

Remembering Tam student culture past and present

By Sophia Tiemens, Reporter Oct 22, 2023

Content advisory: some photos and language in this article contain artifacts that show the harmful and desensitizing nature of using indigenous identity as mascots. The Tam News in no way supports these...

Staff Profile: College and Career Specialist Emi Abe

Staff Profile: College and Career Specialist Emi Abe

By Siobhan King Feb 1, 2023
Hygge is a Danish word that means “a quality of coziness and comfortable conviviality that engenders a feeling of contentment or well-being.” When asked about her dream job, Tamalpais High School’s college and career specialist Emi Abe said that it would be to own a cafe that encompasses this feeling. 
Gabby Brandt: Changemaker

Gabby Brandt: Changemaker

By Savy Behr and Emma Pearson Feb 1, 2023
Gabrielle Brandt takes change into her own hands. The 17-year-old Tamalpais High School senior realized early on that the Tamalpais Unified School District (TUHSD), which includes her own school, was experiencing a sexual assault and harassment crisis.
Retiring: Patty Parnow

Retiring: Patty Parnow

By Hillary Betz Jan 26, 2023
After nine years of working at Tamalpais High School as the assistant principal’s secretary, Patty Parnow is retiring to pursue her interests in travel and, more importantly, help out her family as they need. 
The Wellness Center

The Wellness Center

By Shaina Mandala Jun 7, 2022
Nestled in a secret corner at the end of an unassuming hall is the Tamalpais High School Wellness Center. It provides a multitude of services and products, but many students are unaware of the extent and possibly even of its existence. 
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