The Tam News

Quarantine calls for a new wardrobe

(Tahlia Amanson)
By Kennedy Enlowsmith November 18, 2020
With the social scene of school slowly fading away and social media becoming more popular, Tam’s fashion has evolved over quarantine.

Quarantine Creations

(Courtesy of Artemis Frederick)
By Claudia Epsha September 19, 2020
Senior Artemis Frederick explains in their own words how quarantine has impacted their artistic creativity and personal life.

Kylie Frame: The face behind Feed the Frontlines Marin

(Courtesy of Kylie Frame)
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.

How to spend your time during quarantine

(Tahlia Amanson)
By Daisy Wanger May 11, 2020
With all of this stir-crazy energy from being stuck inside, here are some activities to keep you busy.

Six feet apart

(Ethan Swope)
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.

County closes parks to motorized traffic to prevent spread of coronavirus

The Marin County Department of Health and Human Services closed all parks on March 22, leading to decreased traffic into Marin. (Ethan Swope)
By Johanna Meezan April 4, 2020
The announcement came one day after a large number of visitors from all across the Bay Area traveled to Marin for recreational purposes.

Drag has gone digital in the age of quarantine

(Tahlia Amanson)
By Jake Cohen April 3, 2020
Here's how you can help it adapt.

Bolinas residents protest visitors during coronavirus pandemic

Bolinas residents protest tourists at the intersection of Mesa Road and Olema Bolinas Road.  (Courtesy of Lucian Patton)
By Kara Kneafsey April 2, 2020
Unusually high numbers of outside visitors came to Stinson Beach and Bolinas according to the Marin County Department of Health and Human Services following the shelter-in-place order announced by the state on March 19.
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