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Students practice their jumps and dives during PE in the Redwood pool on Thursday afternoon.

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Video: Isaac Perper – A Leader on the Soccer Pitch

Junior Isaac Perper leads the boys’ varsity team as captain after only two seasons on the squad, and hopes to take his team far in MCALs this year.

Passengers board a bus at the San Rafael Transit Center on Oct. 15. If agreement is not reached, bus drivers will strike on Friday, Oct. 17, and no Golden Gate Transit buses will be in service.

UPDATED: Golden Gate Transit strike averted

UPDATE: A tentative agreement between the unions and Golden Gate Bridge District was reached Thursday afternoon. Buses will now run on Friday. No buses operated by Golden Gate Transit will be in service this Friday, Oct. 17 due to a labor union strike if mitigation cannot be reached, according to Golden Gate Bridge District spokeswoman Priya […]

The winning team poses for a photo in their championship shirts.

Varsity volleyball team wins intramural championship

An intramural volleyball team made up of six players from the girls’ varsity volleyball team – seniors Gina Schumacher, Bailey Osborn, and Annie Williams, and juniors Marguerite Spaethling, Elly Lundberg, and Lily Barber – defeated The Regime, a team composed of seniors Jacob Zazzeron, Shauna Perigo, Molly Moritzburke, and Fisher Moritzburke, and juniors Kendra Loo, […]

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Desk Jams: Edition 4 – Karl Tietze

Desk Jams, edition 4, presents junior Karl Tietze: an aspiring professional drummer in a band consisting of Redwood artists. Tietze additionally doubles as a bassoon player in a youth group. 

The Blue Angels fly overhead

Fleet Week blows through the bay

Amid Thursday’s early morning fog, fleet week blew through the San Francisco Bay. Blue Angel Lieutenant Commander Michael Cheng zipped up his uniform, put on his cap, and stepped into one of the only sixteen F/A-18 Hornets in the world. Cheng is a Blue Angel. After canceling Fleet Week last year, Ed Lee confirmed the […]

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UPDATED: Golden Gate Transit strike averted

UPDATE: A tentative agreement between the unions and Golden Gate Bridge District was reached Thursday afternoon. Buses will now run on Friday. No buses operated by Golden Gate Transit will be in service this Friday, Oct. 17 due to a labor union strike if mitigation cannot be reached, according to Golden Gate Bridge District spokeswoman Priya […]

Sports


Gallery: Boys’ varsity water polo trumps Sonoma Valley 28-1

The boys’ varsity water polo team dominated Sonoma Valley with a score of 28-1 on Thursday, Oct. 16. Redwood scored within the first few minutes of the game. The boys’ strong defense remained consistent and did not allow Sonoma to score within the first half of the game. During the last few minutes of the […]

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


Horseback rider travels to World Championships

“When I was five, my grandmother told me there was a barn near my house, so my family and I went to go check it out,” said senior Madison Nirenstein, recounting her first horseback riding experience. “We showed up and I started crying, but my parents told me I had to get on the horse […]

Review


Red Band Society captures hearts during network premiere

On Wednesday, Sept. 17, Fox debuted Red Band Society, a TV show about six teenagers who become friends while living and attending school at the Ocean Park Hospital. Red Band Society is directed by Margaret Nagle and produced by Steven Spielberg.The show focuses on the importance of the friendships formed between the teenagers at the […]