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Junior John Van Liere jams on the drums during lunch on Friday.

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Girls’ varsity field hockey ties MC despite strong offense

The girls’ varsity field hockey team tied Marin Catholic 0-0 at their first home game this season on Thursday, Sept. 3. The game was characterized by aggressive forward play by junior Neeve Kennedy along with seniors Kendra Loo and Kaylee Bushell that brought a goal within reach. An occasional counterattack out of the Marin Catholic […]

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Varsity baseball clinches triple crown in 11 inning NCS championship

11 innings, three hours and 15 minutes after the start of the game, the crowd chanted “MVP” as senior Adam Hussain hit a walk off single to clinch the NCS championship with a score of 5-4. A few innings earlier, Hussain had made an incredible diving catch to end the inning and save Livermore from […]

UC Berkeley is one of many colleges offering a spring admit program.

Spring admits use fall semester to explore other options

For college-bound seniors, the assumption is that—after years of school and countless applications—they will enroll in college the fall after high school graduation. But for some students, the move-in date is not in the fall. Some colleges choose to admit a number of students for the spring rather than the fall semester either because the […]

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Alumnus and JV basketball coach passes away at 23

Boys’ junior varsity basketball coach and 2010 Redwood graduate Andrew O’Dorisio passed away on May 7 after a seven-year battle with cancer. O’Dorisio was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma—a rare bone cancer that predominantly affects adolescents and accounts for 30 percent of bone cancers in children—during his junior year of high school. During his time at […]

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Junior awarded fourth place at international science fair

Junior Matthew Moser recently placed fourth in the Biomedical and Health Sciences (BMED) category at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Pittsburgh, making him the first Redwood science student to ever place internationally. Intel ISEF is the world’s largest international pre-college science competition. The annual fair unites over 1,700 of the world’s […]

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Pursuit of Passion: Two retiring teachers to delve into the arts

June 11 is not the last day for just seniors.  This year, seven staff members—Gary DeTore, Karen Meadows, Virginia Ferguson, Becky Matsubara, Joe Hevera, Jackie Lucero, and Levi Hooks—will retire to pursue their passions, be with their families, and have new experiences. The Bark sat down with two of these seven retirees to learn about their […]

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Girls’ varsity field hockey ties MC despite strong offense

The girls’ varsity field hockey team tied Marin Catholic 0-0 at their first home game this season on Thursday, Sept. 3. The game was characterized by aggressive forward play by junior Neeve Kennedy along with seniors Kendra Loo and Kaylee Bushell that brought a goal within reach. An occasional counterattack out of the Marin Catholic […]

Opinion


An ambivalent beginning to the rest of our lives

Graduating high school is an experience best classified as bittersweet. For many of us, the excitement of running toward our futures is mixed with the sadness of leaving behind life as we’ve known it for the past 18 years. Many people feel like they should be overjoyed at the thought of leaving high school, or […]

Culture


Graphic designer follows in father’s footsteps

Next year, senior Haley Turner will be following her passion for art after receiving a talent-based scholarship to attend Chapman University’s highly selective 24-person graphic design program. Turner has completed numerous arts courses at Redwood: Graphic Design, Senior Projects Graphic Design, two years of AP Art, Photography, and Drawing and Painting, and she is now […]

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Tempting Thai food to taste throughout Marin

When looking for take-out other than Chinese food, The Bark has your back with a review on the best yellow curry in Marin. The Bark compared the yellow curry of four restaurants: Thep Lela in Strawberry Village, R’noh Thai in Larkspur, Tha Siam in Larkspur Landing, and Tub-Tim in Corte Madera. The curry was reviewed […]