The Tam News

Title IX’s foul ball

(Tenaya Tremp)

By Luke Ferris and Samantha Nichols

April 22, 2020

Title IX was meant to end gender imbalance in high school and college sports. But it also led to a lack of female coaches — a disparity that our community is no exception to.

My “remote learning experience”

(Tenaya Tremp)

By Samantha Nichols

March 22, 2020

Online school has been very different than expected.

‘Tis the sneezin’

(Isabella Faillace)

By Samantha Nichols

December 12, 2019

As the hight of the winter season approaches, it brings colds with it. Here is some simple etiquette and tips to get you through safe and sound.

Tamalpais Community Services District haunted house likely to close this year

Parks and Recreation Director Carol Buchholz leads tour through Tam Valley's Haunted House. (Courtesy of Stefanie Schwartz)

By Samantha Nichols

November 16, 2019

The three creators of the event, Carol Buchholz, Greg LeMoi, and Jeff Brown, are all parting ways and will not be able to manage the haunted house in the future.

Pedestrian bridge between Hauke and Bayfront Park closed

A barrier was set up to prevent pedestrians from crossing the bridge. (Samantha Nichols)

By Samantha Nichols

October 8, 2019

The bridge connecting Hauke and Bayfront Park was closed for repairs this September to due an unsafe support pier.

Girls of BSA

Girls of BSA

By Samantha Nichols

June 24, 2019

In February, Boy Scouts of America, now called Scouts BSA, first started accepting girls into troops across the country. Two Tam sophomores became founders of the first Mill Valley Scouts BSA girls’ troop.