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Photo courtesy of Kirsi Harris

KK Swaps Profile

By Gabe Schwartzman and Tyler Rothwell November 17, 2022
Kiris Harris and Kate Rosegard founded KK Swaps, a circular fashion marketplace, during the pandemic. It's since amassed dozens of sellers and even more customers, county-wide.

What One Pill Can Do… Life or Death

By Annie Shine and Violet Howard November 14, 2022
Opioid use in Marin County has become a dangerous and a life-threatening issue, more commonly to teens.
Why Tams College Culture is Toxic

Why Tam’s College Culture is Toxic

By Siobhan King November 3, 2022

As early action deadlines near for many colleges, you can practically see the stress seeping out of almost every senior at Tam. Blood pressures rise at the thought of getting your counselor letter of recommendation...

Photo courtesy of Emmaline Pearson

Tam Students protest against climate change and for abortion rights

By Emma Pearson June 7, 2022
Multiple Tam students attended two separate protests in Marin, using their voices and presence to advocate for what they believe in.
(Kayla Boon)

Board of Trustees considers AP World History course, facilities plan, Public Health updates

By Amelia Sandgren January 28, 2022
The Board of Trustees met to discuss multiple updates, including a potential new course, maintenance, and COVID-19 guidelines.
(Courtesy of Sydney Boyd)

Boyd’s Journey to UC Santa Cruz

By Jack McIntire November 2, 2021
“In the middle of class, I had finally gotten an email back from the head coach of Santa Cruz asking if I could talk on the phone."
Graphic by Naomi Lenchner

Marin’s ‘Overt and Covert Racism’: How the District Can Do Better

By Mikyla Williams October 21, 2021
The overt and covert racism and white supremacy of our community are very prevalent.
(Emily Stull)

Editorial: Running From Climate Change

October 14, 2021
Class disparities will continue to be emphasized as California faces the effects of climate change.
Conservatives in Marin

Conservatives in Marin

By Naomi Lenchner November 27, 2020
With 82.5 percent of Marin County residents voting for Joseph R. Biden in this November's election, let's look into the 17.5 percent who voted the other way.
(Courtesy of Tam High Leadership)

An ode to the class of 2020

By Chloe Gammon May 26, 2020
Over the past four years, we have felt the unique historical significance of our high school experience.
(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.
5150

5150

By Griffin Chen, Features Editor March 17, 2019
California Welfare and Institutions Code 5150. When a person as a result of a mental health disorder is a danger to others or to themselves, a peace officer, or professional person designated by the county, may take the person into custody for a period of up to 72 hours for assessment, evaluation, and crisis intervention.
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