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Principal David Sondheim participates in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

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Homecoming Court couples and spirit week events released

The 2014 Homecoming Court couples and spirit week events were announced by Leadership today. The couples are Megan Rios and LaRon Bullock, Gabby Manuela and Brooks Roenisch, Kismet Kumar and Jacob Zazzeron, Bailey Osborn and Joe Matthews, Maddy Kragh and Giorgio Cico, and Danielle McCauley and Aaron Dorfler. Homecoming Spirit Week is Oct. 6-Oct. 10. […]

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National Merit Semifinalists announced

Five Redwood students were recently named National Merit Semifinalists by the College Board. Seniors Giorgio Cico, Margaux Garcia, Jacob Mates, Shauna Perigo, and Kenan Perry were selected based on scores they received on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT) in October of their junior year. Around 16,000 seniors across the country were named […]

BTSD alcohol security prompts use of other drugs

Students of all grades dance together as the music pulses through a tightly packed crowd of sweaty bodies. It is the Back to School Dance on Friday, Aug. 22., a night of true Redwood spirit, considered by many to be the best dance of the year. Before students are permitted into the crazed mass, they […]

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Actor and Redwood graduate Robin Williams dies at 63

Redwood alum, Oscar award-winning actor, and beloved Marin community member Robin Williams passed away on Aug. 11, according to the Marin County Sheriff’s Office. The 63-year-old resident of Paradise Cay was found dead in his home due to asphyxia, resulting from a suicide by hanging. According to the Marin County Sheriff’s Office, Williams’ ashes were […]

Cricket

Video: Cricket with the Marin Cricket Club

Every weekend during the summer, the little-known Marin Cricket Club competes in an 8-hour-long social match at local Piper Park. While the game has very little relevance in this part of the world, a few local cricketers contest that it is, indeed, growing.

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Sports


Gallery: Boys’ varsity soccer comes out victorious in game against San Marin

The boys’ varsity soccer team secured a 3-0 win against San Marin on Wednesday, Sept. 17. A quarter through the first half, team captain Isaac Perper rushed up the field and successfully hooked in a quick shot.  Almost consecutively, junior Julian Ulrich experienced a near collision with the San Marin goalie, sending the ball triumphantly […]

Opinion


Too many websites: Teachers, please agree on one

When I was about 10 years old, I clearly remember peering under the counter to watch my babysitters flip through their multi-hundred-page textbooks and thick binders full of handouts. At such a young age, I was confused as to how one could be organized and take seven totally different classes. One babysitter in particular gave […]

Culture


The balancing game: Living with diabetes

During track practice one day in March, junior Olivia Sinclair blacked out for no apparent reason. “I had been noticing that I had been getting weaker and weaker and worse all throughout the season, and then I had a hard day and we were running 800s around the track, and I just collapsed in the […]

Review


Life after Facebook: Expand your social media circle

Since 2011 when Facebook started to become increasingly popular, the social media world has expanded dramatically, now encompassing Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Vine, and countless other apps and websites. Within the past year, new social media apps have become increasingly trendy, but have also acquired a unique spin. Yo   A charming new app known as […]