The Tam News

Review: Obama’s summer playlist

(Skye Schoenhoeft)

By Elan Levine

September 27, 2019

Obama’s playlist whisked me to far-away places and caused me to forget our current administration.

10 Ways to Survive the Last Months of School

10 Ways to Survive the Last Months of School

By Devon Stoeber

April 11, 2014

1. Keep your school supplies organized. Near the end of the year, it’s easy to find yourself shoving papers in folders and pockets of your bag, never to be seen again. Clean out all the papers you don’t need from your binders and notebooks and organize the ones you will need. This way, everything...

Students Explore Summer Programs

CULTURAL EXCHANGE: Cella Wright stands for a photo with her host family during her Amigos trip to Oaxaca, Mexico.                                                                                 Photo courtesy of: Cella Wright

By Hannah Chorley

March 25, 2014

Senior Cella Wright went to the Mixe region of Oaxaca, Mexico for eight weeks this past summer with the organization Amigos de las Americas. “It was incredibly refreshing to be so far out of my comfort zone – around no familiar faces, being challenged to take initiative, test my language skills...

Spring & Summer 2011 Movie Preview

Spring & Summer 2011 Movie Preview

By Wesley Emblidge

February 8, 2011

2010 was a somewhat disappointing year for movies. In the first half of the year, many movies that looked good (such as “Iron Man 2”) were big disappointments, along with generally awful movies, like “The Last Airbender.” The year got better in the winter and fall, but it was still nowhere ...

Summer school is reinstated

December 14, 2010

Following a series of budget cuts, the Board of Trustees of the Tamalpais Union High School District voted unanimously to reinstate summer school for the next two years. After receiving a one-time disbursement of about $729,000, the district will now be able to serve over 800 students a year to earn...