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News, Opinion, & Multimedia for Tamalpais High School

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News, Opinion, & Multimedia for Tamalpais High School

The Tam News

Green Glam Club

Green Glam Club

By Haley Lefferts, Features Editor Nov 9, 2023

Beauty, sustainability, and women’s advocacy: the Green Glam Club’s three ambitious goals to make a difference in the community.  As club sign-ups began at the beginning of the school year at Tamalpais...

Profile: Malia Parsons

By Hillary Betz, Reporter Nov 8, 2023

With many different hobbies that Malia Parsons has participated in over the years, Parsons eventually limited her focus to volleyball, and now is committed to playing division three volleyball at Saint...

Why aren’t Tam seniors more spirited?

Why aren’t Tam seniors more spirited?

By Molly Eisenberg Nov 3, 2023
School spirit is something that Tamalpais High School takes seriously but students have noticed a lack of effort in much of the senior class, especially after the devastating loss to the junior class at the homecoming rally.
Tam Hawks lacrosse teams finish strong

Tam Hawks lacrosse teams finish strong

By Zane Yarnold, Reporter Jun 12, 2023

The Tamalpais High School hawks' lacrosse program had an outstanding run this year, with both the boys' and girls' teams making it to the Marin County Athletic League (MCAL) finals. While the boys came...

Tam High new principal announced

By Claire Lawson, Reporter Jun 7, 2023
Tamalpais High School announces Kimberly Clissfold, ED.d., as its new fall 2023 principal.
The new solar panels will be placed in the Almonte parking lot beside the tennis courts.

Tam High announces plan to build solar panels, start student parking permits

By Caden Bernstein-Lawler, Reporter Jun 7, 2023
Tamalpais High School is going forward with its approved Facilities Master Plan to build solar panels for a new structure and will require students a permit to park on campus grounds.
Graphics by Anika Kapan

Wise beyond our years

By Savy Behr May 2, 2023
The house is on fire. Teenager’s social, emotional, and academic development is struggling post-pandemic. While efforts are being made by the Tamalpais High School administration to provide mental health support, many believe more could and should be done.
Editorial:  Tams Lack of Knowledge on Opiods and Fentanyl Use

Editorial: Tam’s Lack of Knowledge on Opiods and Fentanyl Use

By Editorial Staff Nov 3, 2022

Electronic vapes and alcohol have become normalized among the substances that students who attend Tamalpais High School abuse. But more serious drugs are affecting our broader community, and there seems...

The Meticulous Art of Free Perioding

The Meticulous Art of Free Perioding

By Gabe Schwartzman Oct 2, 2022
Obtaining as many free periods as possible is a goal for many Tamalpais High School seniors.
Graphic by Anika Kaplan

Yerba Mate: Tam’s Drink

By Emma Pearson Sep 29, 2022
For some it’s a hot latte, for others it's a cool glass of lemonade, but there is only one drink that is enough of a delicacy to satisfy the refined palettes of Tamalpais High School students: the Yerba Mate.
Gender-neutral bathroom outside Ruby Gym courtesy of Nathan Robinson

New Gender-Neutral Bathrooms at Tam

By Lauren Felder Sep 29, 2022
Tamalpais High School announced the re-assignment of four gender-neutral bathrooms via a map in the leadership slideshow on Aug. 26.
How The Pandemic Has Affected Teenager’s Mental Health

How The Pandemic Has Affected Teenager’s Mental Health

By Colette Hale Mar 17, 2022
In the Tam community, anxiety and depression levels have been rising, there has been an increase in drug usage, and attendance records have shown a decrease in student attendance at school. While these issues were prevalent even before the pandemic, the coronavirus has increased these rates.
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