Running at the Nike Cross Nationals at the Glendoveer Golf Course in Portland, Oregon, Anderson finished a time of 15:07.6 and placed third in the country.

Liam Anderson named California’s 2018 Gatorade Cross Country Runner

Junior Liam Anderson was named the Gatorade California Boys Cross Country Runner of the Year on Feb. 12 due to his outstanding accomplishments as a runner and academic achievements. The nominees were composed of students who were state winners in their respective division. According to Gatorade, students of each gender are selected from different sports […]


Talking about “firsts”

In this series, the Bark’s Remarks talked about “firsts.” This series explores various experiences from the first time picking up a paintbrush to cage diving with sharks to getting a tattoo. You can find this podcast and more by visiting the Redwood Bark on Soundcloud.


College Essays

In this series, the Bark’s Remarks explored college essays. Seniors read and discussed their favorite college essay with us. You can find this podcast and more by visiting the Redwood Bark on Soundcloud.


Students fry up their free time at Mill Valley’s In-N-Out Burger

It is 12 a.m. on a Friday night and crowds of teenagers walk in through the brightly lit double doors of In-N-Out Burger in Mill Valley. Employees have many jobs and work up to six hour shifts. Juniors Derek Bindels and Kiyan Darznik know this routine like the back of their hand. Both Darznik and […]


Freedom of Expression

To listen to the podcasts in the Freedom of Expression series, visit the Redwood Bark on SoundCloud.


A busy classroom on Wednesdays second smart period

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Small walkout commemorates Columbine anniversary, hopes to generate support for gun control

Protesting gun violence and honoring the victims of the Columbine school shooting on its 19th anniversary, several students left their third period classes at 10 a.m. on Friday April 20 and marched from Redwood to the Larkspur City Hall as part of a nationwide demonstration. Junior Sam Mayerhofer participated in the march, although he was […]


Despite a late start Jensen thrives on the softball field

Senior Catherine Jensen didn’t begin her softball career as a pitcher until her freshman year. Even with this late start, in November of 2017, Catherine’s talent and hard work secured her a spot on a Division I college softball team at the University of Dayton in Ohio. “I’d say my biggest strength is probably my […]


The Creation of Sexuality Labels Generates Conformity

For centuries, the most common sexual orientation has been “straight.” Those who identified with a different orientation in the past often experienced harassment from others. Today, people still experience some of that same harassment. According to the Human Rights Campaign, in 2012, LGBT youth were twice as likely as their peers to report having been […]


Jackson Reed takes the lead in creating a summer camp in Massachusetts

Staying in Cape Cod all summer, sophomore Jackson Reed has found something original to do with his time rather than lounging in the sun. He and his friend, Will Van Vleck, who is from the Cape, have come up with a fun way to spend the summer by helping families who might want a break […]


“Every Day” shows a new way

“Every Day,” a movie directed by Michael Sucsy, starts with a common interval of change: a clock striking midnight. An African-American boy, Justin (Justice Smith), wakes up and examines his hands in confusion. He looks around his room which appears foreign despite being his own. The modern day setting is revealed when Justin sets an […]