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Both front and back parking lots were overflowing at lunch due to Track and Field MCAL's and the closure of the staff lot

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Slam team defends title at annual Tri-School Poetry Slam Competition

Redwood’s slam poetry team utilized their rhythmic skills, intertwining and contorting their poetic verses and styles, to win their sixth consecutive Tri-School Poetry Slam on Wednesday night. The annual Drake, Redwood, and Tam face off was held at the Drake High School Theater, where the teams went through three rounds of judging to secure the […]

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Desk Jams: Edition 8 – Parker Addison

Desk Jams, Edition 8, presents sophomore Parker Addison, a pianist and vocalist performing his original song, “Peace.”

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Aiming Foehr The Goal: Sophomore competes in Olympic Development Program

Ever since she was little, sophomore Lauren Foehr knew exactly what she wanted to do. “From day one, I’ve always wanted to play [soccer] in college, so wanting to play at a college level is what pushed me through the years to keep playing and practice as hard as I do,” Foehr said. Foehr accredits […]

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Redwood’s legend and its favorite rapper to leave by end of year

On June 11, one of Redwood’s most distinguished figures will be graduating after over 20 years of dedicated service. Campus supervisor Levi Hooks will retire after chaperoning the trip to France this summer. “For the past 6 years, Mademoiselle Rattet has been trying to see if I would be able to go [on the France […]

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Girls’ track and field takes MCAL title, now striding toward NCS

The gun sounded, propelling her off the starting line. Her feet pounded on the track as she glided along with ease, surpassing the rest of the pack. Eight quick laps later, sophomore Glennis Murphy crossed the finish line with a personal record time and four teammates close behind her. The girls’ track and field team […]

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Slam team defends title at annual Tri-School Poetry Slam Competition

Redwood’s slam poetry team utilized their rhythmic skills, intertwining and contorting their poetic verses and styles, to win their sixth consecutive Tri-School Poetry Slam on Wednesday night. The annual Drake, Redwood, and Tam face off was held at the Drake High School Theater, where the teams went through three rounds of judging to secure the […]

Sports


Aiming Foehr The Goal: Sophomore competes in Olympic Development Program

Ever since she was little, sophomore Lauren Foehr knew exactly what she wanted to do. “From day one, I’ve always wanted to play [soccer] in college, so wanting to play at a college level is what pushed me through the years to keep playing and practice as hard as I do,” Foehr said. Foehr accredits […]

Opinion


Hands off my genes

A genetic testing service gave a client’s genetic results to police without consent, falsely implicating the client to a murder-rape, a privacy advocacy group found. Once implicated in 2014, the Ancestry.com client was detained and interrogated without a lawyer present, according to the Electronic Frontier Foundation. In the end, the police wasted many resources and […]

Culture


Redwood’s legend and its favorite rapper to leave by end of year

On June 11, one of Redwood’s most distinguished figures will be graduating after over 20 years of dedicated service. Campus supervisor Levi Hooks will retire after chaperoning the trip to France this summer. “For the past 6 years, Mademoiselle Rattet has been trying to see if I would be able to go [on the France […]

Review


Serve yourself the best frozen yogurt in Marin

With summer just around the corner, frozen yogurt proves a tasty warm-weather treat. The Bark compared the chocolate fro-yo at four locations across Marin: Swirl in Mill Valley, Mag’s Local Yogurt in Larkspur, Yolo Yogurt Lounge in Mill Valley, and U-Top It in San Anselmo. The yogurt shops were ranked based on taste, consistency, affordability, […]