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The NCAA: Not Caring About Abuse

On July 23, 2018, college football reporter Brett McMurphy posted an article to Facebook uncovering details regarding Ohio State assistant coach Zach Smith’s arrest in 2009. Smith was arrested for suspicion of aggravated battery, which his wife, Courtney, said involved grabbing her by the neck and shoving her into a wall during an argument. Although […]

Giants varsity football overtakes rival Tam in an exciting last second finish

Following a 42-14 loss to Ukiah High School on Sept. 7, the Redwood varsity football team looked to defeat their rival, the Tam Red-tailed Hawks, in what was deemed the “Mt. Tam Game” on Sept. 15. Led by senior running back Alex Aguero, who finished with 25 carries for 233 and four touchdowns, and junior […]

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Editorial: Admin disappoints with proposed parking plan

On Sept. 4, an email was sent out to the Redwood community by Principal David Sondheim outlining the draft of newly proposed parking restrictions for the 2018-2019 school year. The new measures are being considered to mitigate problems with “safety, environmental impact/resource use, commute traffic congestion and student, parent and community impact,” according to Sondheim’s […]

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Fighting the phenomenon: why half of Marin adults are pre-diabetic

As medical assistant Julie Roddy sits down with a new patient at the Braden Diabetes Center to discuss her diabetic plan, Roddy can’t help but notice that her patient appears in great health, maintains a balanced diet and exercises regularly—practices that would normally deter the development of Type 2 diabetes. However, Roddy’s patient is pre-diabetic—and […]

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Redwood juniors study at the Corte Madera Library during finals week

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News


Redwood programmers create tools to make student life easier

This year, a group of students known as Team RHS decided to build a community in which they would create applications to help solve student issues. Members of Team RHS share the goal of creating apps to make student life easier. According to founder junior Ethan Davis, he currently does most of the programming and […]

Sports


Giants varsity football overtakes rival Tam in an exciting last second finish

Following a 42-14 loss to Ukiah High School on Sept. 7, the Redwood varsity football team looked to defeat their rival, the Tam Red-tailed Hawks, in what was deemed the “Mt. Tam Game” on Sept. 15. Led by senior running back Alex Aguero, who finished with 25 carries for 233 and four touchdowns, and junior […]

Opinion


Get more without a tour: Evaluating the pros and cons of college tours

As a group of eager parents dragged their kids to the front of the tour group, bumping past me and interrupting the tour guide with their anxious and obnoxious questions, I was begrudgingly pushed to the back of the crowd unable to even hear my tour guide describe the “awe-inspiring” historical significance of the building […]

Culture


Face to Face: How is illegal immigration affecting the US?

Face-to-Face is a feature that allows two members of the Redwood Community to grill each other, argue, or simply converse about a relevant issue or event. We provide the topic, and they do the rest. This month’s participants are Morgan Hunt and Layla Isherwood. They are discussing the pros and cons of illegal immigration. How […]

Review


The Meg offers a fun, yet shallow trip to the multiplexes

“The Meg,” starring an ever-so-intense Jason Statham as a deep sea rescuer, is certainly no “Jaws” but still manages to deliver an entertaining time at the multiplexes. The film gets bogged down by thinly written characters and a predictable plot but stays afloat thanks to its quick, funny tone and of course, the giant computer-generated […]