The Tam News

Football Fest: Seniors vs. Juniors

Football Fest: Seniors vs. Juniors

By Grace Gustafson and Tessa Schumacher

October 21, 2019

With homecoming week upon us, so is the annual seniors vs. juniors football fest game.

Rally MC’s Announced

By Elissa Asch

September 22, 2017

Seniors Jack Loder and Liam Shore were announced as rally MC’s for this school year on September 14. After an initial audition and callback, a panel of leadership students and advisors decided on the duo. “Everyone we auditioned was great, Loder and Shore just add a certain energy that we really...

EDITORIAL: Hunting for New Ideas

EDITORIAL: Hunting for New Ideas

June 2, 2017

The annual scavenger hunts, referred to by those involved as the “scav hunt,” is a high school tradition that takes place in late May. This year’s junior scavenger hunt took place on May 26, with approximately 60 juniors participating. Like any scavenger hunt, the goal is to complete a list of t...

Things You Should Know Before Your Senior Year

Things You Should Know Before Your Senior Year

By Mary Overton

March 6, 2017

In my mind, it was just last week I sat in my freshman year tutorial class writing my “Senior Self” letter, surrounded by juniors and seniors laughing and joking about colleges and AP classes. Time flies, doesn’t it? That was three and a half years ago. Now, I’m a second semester senior. I...

Sports Opinion: Oh Captain, My Captain

Sports Opinion: Oh Captain, My Captain

By Connor Norton and Connor Norton

November 9, 2016

It seems that far too often having captains at the varsity and junior varsity levels of high school sports creates more issues than it solves. This could be due to a number of reasons: the team disagrees with the captain, the captain thinks they are a coach, or having a captain simply ruins the dynamic o...

Senior Farewell Rally 2015-16

Senior Farewell Rally 2015-16

By Raqshan Khan

June 14, 2016

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XRacd01nvTo  

Homecoming Rally 2015-2016

Homecoming Rally 2015-2016

By Features Staff

October 28, 2015

On October 2 Tam High held their annual homecoming rally at Mead Theatre. The events included lip syncs from each grade level, performances from dance team and cheer team, and games. Photo Courtesy of Tam Yearbook... // Powered by Cincopa Video Hosting for Business solution.Homecoming Rally 2015-2...

Students Take PSAT and Workshops on Minimum Day

Students Take PSAT and Workshops on Minimum Day

By Hannah Chorley

October 13, 2015

The Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT)  will be administered to sophomores and juniors during school on Wednesday, October 14th. The test is optional for sophomores and mandatory for juniors. While these students are taking the test, freshmen will meet in Gus Gym for Link Crew activities, h...

The Monthly Hollumn

The Monthly Hollumn

By Holly Parkin

April 23, 2015

Whenever I peruse the reference section of the bookstore, there is a huge surplus of books in the vein of “(insert activity here) for dummies.” There’s everything from how to knit to how to become a beekeeper, but none of these match the kind of self-help I need. I need a book that will teach me,...

Our Graduating Class of 2015(16?)

Our Graduating Class of 2015(16?)

By Hannah Chorley

April 23, 2015

What grade are you in? A seemingly simple question with four simple possible answers: 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade. Yet, for Avi Cahn — originally a member of the class of 2016 — this question takes a lot longer to explain. Is she a junior? Well, if she was a part of the class of 2016, that would...

Senior Superlatives: Car Edition

Senior Superlatives: Car Edition

By Ethan Lawrence

April 23, 2015

Many upperclassmen drive to school every day. Students drive a variety of cars, but a few stand out from the others. Whether it’s because they are the oldest, the most expensive, or have the most character, these cars are a few of the most interesting at Tam. Dave Peters,1968 Mercury Cougar What...