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Ecology students work in the garden during third period on Tuesday morning.

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Redwood's new Wellness Director Jessica Colvin works at her desk.

Upcoming wellness center to enhance student support services

The Tamalpais Union High School District has begun designing a new Wellness Center for Redwood that will open in the fall of 2015. In an effort to coordinate counseling services offered at Redwood and to introduce new methods, the district is in the process of creating a bigger, more organized support network for students. The […]

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Future earthquakes may pose a threat to Redwood

On the morning of April 18, 1906, a massive earthquake shook San Francisco, California. While the quake lasted only 60 seconds, it left an unforgettable mark on history. Every day, the Bay Area is struck with one or more earthquakes, and while the quakes only average around a magnitude of 2.5, a USGS survey states […]

Junior Julian Ulrich takes the ball towards the goal.

Gallery: Boys’ varsity soccer comes out on top against San Rafael

The boys’ varsity soccer team defeated San Rafael 2-0 on Wednesday at home. Early on in the game, junior Julian Ulrich scored a goal, backed by senior and captain Teymour Sadrieh’s scorching shot from 25 yards out, putting the Giants on top. This win lifts the boys’ record to 3-1-1 out of five MCAL games. […]

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Varsity football defeats rival Tam in close game

Led by quarterback Aaron Dorfler’s 179 passing yards and three touchdowns, the varsity football team defeated rival Tamalpais High School 33-27 on Saturday afternoon to improve their record to 2-2 for the season. After three quarters of back and forth touchdowns, Redwood finally prevailed over the Hawks in their Homecoming game after Dorfler threw a […]

Date rape prevention: not a woman’s responsibility

One in five college women have fallen victim to sexual violence during their time on campus, according to a 2007 study conducted for the Justice Department’s National Institute of Justice. For good reason, the issue of sexual assault on college campuses has recently received a significant amount of attention from the media. In late August, […]

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IT Systems Specialist Becky Matsubara to retire

Surrounded by three computer screens and mounds of equipment, Becky Matsubara sits at her desk in room 160. Students and teachers frequently stop by Becky Matsubara’s office in need of tech support. Matsubara, drawing upon her 15 years of experience at Redwood, knows exactly how to help. But soon, the job will be reprogrammed as […]

Sports


Girls’ junior varsity volleyball defeats San Marin

The girls’ junior varsity volleyball team defeated San Marin 2-0 on Tuesday, Sept. 29, continuing their undefeated record. The Giants got off to a rocky start in the first game with San Marin taking a nine-point lead until sophomore Neeve Kennedy served six straight aces, bringing Redwood up to a score of 18 against San […]

Opinion


Date rape prevention: not a woman’s responsibility

One in five college women have fallen victim to sexual violence during their time on campus, according to a 2007 study conducted for the Justice Department’s National Institute of Justice. For good reason, the issue of sexual assault on college campuses has recently received a significant amount of attention from the media. In late August, […]

Culture


Future earthquakes may pose a threat to Redwood

On the morning of April 18, 1906, a massive earthquake shook San Francisco, California. While the quake lasted only 60 seconds, it left an unforgettable mark on history. Every day, the Bay Area is struck with one or more earthquakes, and while the quakes only average around a magnitude of 2.5, a USGS survey states […]

Review


Hang loose: Best surf spots around Marin

Other than Mavericks, Northern California’s surf is not widely recognized. The cold temperatures and shark-filled waters do not appeal to everyone, making surfing a less practiced sport in comparison to Southern California. However, for those that do surf the breaks here, they are in for a treat. The cold temperature keeps the water less crowded […]