The Tam News

Lights out

Lights out

By Eli Blum

December 12, 2019

With no field lights, Friday night football games are a thing of dreams currently. Tam's neighbors' arguments against the installation of field lights are weak at best and it's time to kick start the conversation.

Opinion: Caster Semenya’s fight for equality

Opinion: Caster Semenya’s fight for equality

By Chloe Gammon

November 11, 2019

Track star Caster Semenya continues to fight the unfair regulation of naturally elevated testosterone levels in female athletes.

We must speak for the trees

We must speak for the trees

By Claire Finch

November 7, 2019

A comparison between the classic book and the global crisis we are currently facing.

Editorial: Not on schedule

Editorial: Not on schedule

By Editorial Staff

September 19, 2019

Parts of the scheduling conflicts were unavoidable. But there were many places where they could have been handled more smoothly.

Ballet is for boys too

Ballet is for boys too

By Johanna Meezan

September 14, 2019

Ballet needs both men and women, and everyone, the media especially, needs to know that.

Editorial: Not all fun and games

Editorial: Not all fun and games

By Editorial Staff

June 7, 2019

An event which casually encourages sexual assault, peer pressure, illicit and dangerous drug use should never be dismissed as a simple tradition.

Entitled Mill Valley Moms: My Experience in the Service Industry

Entitled Mill Valley Moms: My Experience in the Service Industry

By Zoe Cowan

April 29, 2019

After working at a local juice bar for a little over a year, I’ve come to learn what it’s like to work in the service industry in Marin. From unruly little league players to senior citizens looking for a vitamin store, I’ve seen it all. However, the worst of the worst comes in the form of enti...

Editorial: Separating the Art from the Artist

Editorial: Separating the Art from the Artist

By Editorial Staff

April 16, 2019

Rumors regarding Michael Jackson’s pedophilic relationships with underage boys have been circulating the media for more than a decade. The release of  “Leaving Neverland,” a damning documentary examining Jackson’s alleged pedophilia, has spurred a fresh wave of the classic debate: how does o...

Dress to impress

Dress to impress

By Samantha Ferro

April 16, 2019

In the fifth grade, most girls get their ears pierced or shop at Brandy Melville for the first time. I, on the other hand, was purchasing my first blazer. And that is where it all began.   Always looking as if I am walking into a business meeting, I’m the type of person to wear dress shirts, blazers, and ple...

A Cheap New Trend

A Cheap New Trend

By Camille Shakirova, Photo Editor

March 13, 2019

Sometimes, stepping into the Tam hallways can feel like a time warp. I’m constantly drowning in ‘80s-style high-waisted jeans and bright jackets that scream ‘90s. Yesterday, I could have sworn I saw Duckie from Pretty in Pink walking through Orange Court. Fashion inspiration is taken from ...

Editorial: Not Quite Breaking Through

Editorial: Not Quite Breaking Through

By Editorial Staff

March 13, 2019

In the summer of 2017, two former Tam students spray painted a racial epithet on the side of Wood Hall, directed at our principal J.C. Farr. While this hate crime was egregious and despicable, it provided the us with an opportunity to openly discuss the racial inequality and prejudice that exists withi...

Editorial: BACR Must Stay

Editorial: BACR Must Stay

By Editorial Staff

February 7, 2019

In light of the proposed budget cuts for the 2019-2020 school year, Tamalpais Union High School District (TUHSD) administration received significant pushback on their plan to cut 50% of Bay Area Community Resources (BACR) funding. BACR provides free counseling and therapy services for roughly 300 students at T...