Alexander Lieberman Reporter

Alexander Lieberman is a senior at Redwood High School who is excited for his first year on the Redwood Bark. He is excited to write for the Bark. Outside of school, he enjoys listening to music, reading books and spending time with his siblings and dogs, Luna and Kirby.

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Gathering with relatives, Parker Canby (far right) attends a family reunion on the Navajo reservation in Farmington, New Mexico

Students embrace their Native American heritage

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“My mom used to take my brother and me, starting at age four, to the Stanford powwow every year, and basically everyone from Northern California who identifies as an American Indian goes to the powwow and that’s kind of where I got my first glimpse of what my culture actually was,” senior Gigi Buddie said. […]

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Best of 2017

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The Bark reviewed a collection of books, TV series, movies, albums and podcasts to top off 2017. To read the full story, click below.  


Local film festival offers students opportunities to advance filmmaking skills

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The internationally-renowned Mill Valley Film Festival has played host to some of the best films of recent years. In 2015, “Bridge of Spies,” “Room” and “Spotlight” (films all nominated for Best Picture at the Academy Awards that year) were screened at theaters throughout Marin County. This year, the festival will screen such films as “The […]

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News media faces challenges from Trump administration

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Increasing attacks by Trump on mainstream news media outlets have escalated over the past year, including threats varying from simple Twitter posts to canceling press briefings. With the Trump administration taking extensive measures to enforce their policies, trust and confidence in the media is in a vulnerable state. Public opinion of the media has fluctuated […]

Garet Jatsek adjusts a camera during the production of a Redwood TV episode.

Redwood TV prepares to become a class

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As the crew of Redwood TV (RTV) has grown over the past couple years, Leadership teachers Dave Plescia and Kendall DeAndreis have decided to offer it as a class for the 2017-2018 school year. The class will be offered after school once or twice a week as an eighth period, according to RTV crew member […]