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Both front and back parking lots were overflowing at lunch due to Track and Field MCAL's and the closure of the staff lot

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Varsity baseball wins MCAL championship nailbiter on walk-off

Two walk-offs in the past two games could be considered luck or a result of incredible skill, something the varsity baseball team is stocked with. After winning the league pennant and beating Marin Catholic in two matchups during the regular season, the Giants were the favorite to win the MCAL championship. On Saturday night under […]

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Softball loses MCAL pennant to Marin Catholic

The varsity softball team lost the MCAL pennant to Marin Catholic 6-3 on Saturday. Up until the fifth inning, neither team scored any runs. MC then scored on two doubles and a single, leading the game 5-0. During the sixth inning, MC scored a sixth run, and almost got a seventh at the end of […]

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Baseball advances to MCAL finals with win against Branson

The boys’ varsity baseball team added one more win to their 21-3 record with a 2-1 win over the opposing Branson High School on May 21. Down by one run for the majority of the game, the Giants started a sixth inning rally with a stolen base by senior Aaron Dorfler, who then advanced to […]

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Slam team defends title at annual Tri-School Poetry Slam Competition

Redwood’s slam poetry team utilized their rhythmic skills, intertwining and contorting their poetic verses and styles, to win their sixth consecutive Tri-School Poetry Slam on Wednesday night. The annual Drake, Redwood, and Tam face off was held at the Drake High School Theater, where the teams went through three rounds of judging to secure the […]

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Desk Jams: Edition 8 – Parker Addison

Desk Jams, Edition 8, presents sophomore Parker Addison, a pianist and vocalist performing his original song, “Peace.”

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Slam team defends title at annual Tri-School Poetry Slam Competition

Redwood’s slam poetry team utilized their rhythmic skills, intertwining and contorting their poetic verses and styles, to win their sixth consecutive Tri-School Poetry Slam on Wednesday night. The annual Drake, Redwood, and Tam face off was held at the Drake High School Theater, where the teams went through three rounds of judging to secure the […]

Sports


Girls’ 4×1600 relay team ascends to fifth in the nation

Sophomore Glennis Murphy pushed through one last stride across the finish line and clocked a time of 20:53.9, placing her 4×1600 relay team fifth in the nation. The Redwood 4×1600 team, composed of Murphy, senior Mary Monda Oewel, junior Rachel Bordes, and freshman Gillian Wagner, were victorious. The track lights illuminated the runners as they […]

Opinion


Hands off my genes

A genetic testing service gave a client’s genetic results to police without consent, falsely implicating the client to a murder-rape, a privacy advocacy group found. Once implicated in 2014, the Ancestry.com client was detained and interrogated without a lawyer present, according to the Electronic Frontier Foundation. In the end, the police wasted many resources and […]

Culture


Redwood’s legend and its favorite rapper to leave by end of year

On June 11, one of Redwood’s most distinguished figures will be graduating after over 20 years of dedicated service. Campus supervisor Levi Hooks will retire after chaperoning the trip to France this summer. “For the past 6 years, Mademoiselle Rattet has been trying to see if I would be able to go [on the France […]

Review


Serve yourself the best frozen yogurt in Marin

With summer just around the corner, frozen yogurt proves a tasty warm-weather treat. The Bark compared the chocolate fro-yo at four locations across Marin: Swirl in Mill Valley, Mag’s Local Yogurt in Larkspur, Yolo Yogurt Lounge in Mill Valley, and U-Top It in San Anselmo. The yogurt shops were ranked based on taste, consistency, affordability, […]