Snaps for the Class of 2018


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Junior Keaton Ferguson created the communism club earlier this year.

Analyzing Shrek’s fascist regime: Redwood’s communism club

According to the members of the Communism Club, their club has existed for “an eternity.” Whether the tight-knit group is debating the political and economic state of the world, listening to the Red Army Choir or playfully contemplating whether or not to add “or else” into their club slogan, the Communism Club is truly unlike […]


Redwood juniors study at the Corte Madera Library during finals week

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Photo Gallery: Class of 2018 graduation ceremony

On Thursday, June 14, the Redwood senior class of 2018 took one more step towards adulthood, graduating and giving high school one last goodbye. The day was full of speeches, songs, diplomas, laughs and tears as the graduates celebrated the final moments with their classmates.


Rebuilding with determination; volleyball players persevere for a prosperous season

Despite losing six seniors last year and two this year, the Redwood varsity boys’ volleyball team made it to the 2018 Marin County Athletic League (MCAL) semifinals.  After a physically and mentally straining match against Drake High School, they were eliminated, causing their season to end earlier than expected. Seniors Jacob Zimmerman and Jason Silberman […]


A big name college does not determine your future

From the outside, my uncle lives the life of someone who had everything lined up for him. He resides comfortably in Aspen, Colorado, where he runs an upscale Italian restaurant, lives in his own apartment, skiis, mountain bikes and can call Lance Armstrong one of his best friends. If it is not already apparent, he […]


California’s Second Gold Rush: Avocados

It’s a hot day in Ojai, Ventura County, for farmer Chris Krump. He runs Rainbow Ranch, his primary cash crop being the avocado. Hundreds of avocado trees take up two acres of his farm, each of these trees producing 100 to 300 avocados each by winter’s harvest. He uses organic fertilizers, his favorites being manure […]


‘RBG’ documentary brings depth to unlikely feminist icon

While women across the country took to the streets in the 1960s to protest gender discrimination in the workplace, Ruth Bader Ginsburg stayed home. After all, she had her own work to do, from teaching law at Rutgers to being the general counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). In contrast, she contributed to […]