Andrew Hout Former Staff

Andrew Hout, an absolutely and positively legendary Homo Sapien, is excited for bark. He is a very good smiler and enjoys shredding gnar on the slopes. If you ever spot him in the wild make sure to be careful because he is poisonous.

Contact Andrew Hout: ahout@redwoodbark.org.


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Face-to-Face: Are positive shoutout Instagram accounts beneficial?

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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 juniors Ally Orrick and John Van Liere. The two students discuss whether celebratory instagram accounts are […]

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Police power restricted by negative public opinion

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Events including Ferguson and the death of Eric Garner have recently brought the issue of police brutality to light. However, casting blame upon all police officers for the actions of only a few is more detrimental to our society than it is helpful. The negative attention on the police has theoretically handcuffed them, limiting the […]

Spotify promoting artists or decreasing profits?

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Spotify, an online music streaming service, has received withdrawal of songs and harsh feedback from many artists in the past few years due to its exceedingly low royalty rates. Taylor Swift recently expressed her dissatisfaction with Spotify by pulling all her music from the streaming service. Since Spotify was introduced in America from Sweden, many […]

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Netflix original ‘House of Cards’ fails to ace third season

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The Netflix original series, “House of Cards” suffers from story fatigue in its third season. Although the new season lacks the excitement of previous ones, the show has not collapsed yet. Season three brings a shift in tone for the series. By the end of season two, the main character, Frank Underwood, had cheated and […]

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Gallery: Junior varsity football suffers a loss against Marin Catholic

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The JV football team lost 28-12 against Marin Catholic on Saturday, Nov. 1. Redwood’s weak offense contributed to a slow paced game containing a multitude of interceptions and weak blocking. Marin Catholic’s defense caused many fumbles and caught five interceptions. The poor blocking allowed Marin Catholic to overwhelm the quarterback, depriving Redwood of many offensive […]