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The Redwood varsity soccer team steals the ball from San Rafael in a game on Wednesday afternoon.

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Boys’ varsity soccer nears pennant

With a MCAL pennant on the line, boys’ varsity soccer came out within the first minutes, shutting out San Rafael with a score of 3-0 today. Nine minutes in, senior Cameron Brown slipped through the back line of defense, chipping the ball over San Rafael’s keeper and into the top left corner. Junior Julian Ulrich […]

The Farallon islands sit 26 miles off the Golden Gate Bridge

Shark season arrives at the Farallones

Twenty-six miles off the Golden Gate Bridge, some of the world’s most fearsome predators swarm beneath the choppy surface. Whether it’s their 300 serrated teeth or just their name, great white sharks instill an instinctive fear in humans. Roughly half of the more than 100 annual shark attacks worldwide are attributed to great whites, according […]

Ebola virus attacks the body's organs. It started in Western Africa and has infected three patients in the U.S.

Marin health experts prepare for Ebola outbreak despite low probability

Although Ebola, a virus that attacks the body’s organs and can ultimately result in death if left untreated, has spread from Western Africa to other countries including the United States, it is not currently believed to be a threat to Marin County, according to pediatrician Susan Gundez. Nonetheless, local hospitals are preparing in case the […]

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Girls’ varsity volleyball defeats Marin Catholic on Senior Night

The girls’ varsity volleyball team swept Marin Catholic in three games during Wednesday night’s matchup at Redwood. Before the game, coaches and teammates honored Bailey Osborn, Gina Schumacher, and Annie Williams for Senior Night – their final regular season home game of their high school careers. “I love the way the girls are playing.  The […]

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Marin health experts prepare for Ebola outbreak despite low probability

Although Ebola, a virus that attacks the body’s organs and can ultimately result in death if left untreated, has spread from Western Africa to other countries including the United States, it is not currently believed to be a threat to Marin County, according to pediatrician Susan Gundez. Nonetheless, local hospitals are preparing in case the […]

Sports


Girls’ varsity water polo secures their MCALs spot

The girls varsity water polo team defeated Terra Linda 9-5 on Tuesday, Oct. 28 during their last home game of the season. With six wins and four losses in the league, Tuesday’s win gained the team a spot in MCALs. They are now ranked sixth in the league. The match was off to a quick […]

Opinion


Time for Goodell to step down

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell loves football. “It’s the importance of the game. The game of football is the most important thing, and we can’t lose focus of that,” Goodell said at the beginning of his seven-year tenure. His passion for football, what propelled him to the top of the league’s offices, is exactly what’s leading […]

Culture


Shark season arrives at the Farallones

Twenty-six miles off the Golden Gate Bridge, some of the world’s most fearsome predators swarm beneath the choppy surface. Whether it’s their 300 serrated teeth or just their name, great white sharks instill an instinctive fear in humans. Roughly half of the more than 100 annual shark attacks worldwide are attributed to great whites, according […]

Review


Horror movies to view during the spooky season

With Halloween just around the corner, the Bark sought out three horror movies to fit the spooky season. As Above, So Below (3.5 stars) Released on Aug. 29, “As Above, So Below” is a thrilling horror movie that does a wonderful job of creating suspense while still maintaining a compelling plot line. The movie follows […]