Amanda Morse Reporter

Amanda Morse is a junior at Redwood High School and is a Reporter for The Redwood Bark. She loves spending time with her friends and family, and her favorite place to be is the beach. Amanda plays both lacrosse and soccer, and enjoys surfing, snowboarding and wake boarding.

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A trip for freedom: Redwood parents fly to Catalonia for referendum

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For years, the people of Catalonia, a small region in northeastern Spain, have been united by the same desire: independence for the region they call home. With a different flag, culture and language, many Catalans believe they should not be associated with Spain. On Oct. 1, 2.25 million people filed into polling stations, awaiting their […]


Un año sabatico en Perú, Ecuador y España

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Click here to read in English Después de pasar por un terremoto de 7.8 que zarandeo Ecuador, un exalumno de Redwood Shaya Barry se fue de Ecuador con el deseo de regresar y ayudar los que necesiten ayuda. Como uno de los estudiantes de Redwood que estaba en el viaje de servicio a Ecuador ella […]


A gap year in Peru, Ecuador and Spain

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Presiona aquí para leer en Español After experiencing a 7.8 magnitude earthquake that shook Ecuador’s grounds, Redwood alumnus Shaya Barry left Ecuador with the desire to return and help those in need. As one of the Redwood students on the service trip to Ecuador who experienced the damaging effects of the earthquake on the morning […]


Sausalito Art Festival impresses for 65th consecutive year

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“I’ve always been painting. I don’t remember a time where I wasn’t drawing or doodling or something like that. My mom says that I was painting before I was walking,” artist Santiago Michalek said, an oil painter from Utah returning to the Sausalito Art Festival for his seventh consecutive year. No matter what medium, whether […]


Once the pinnacle of high school sports football now faces a steep decline

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In the Bay Area, all but one high school sport has increased in total participation: football. In fact, high school football has experienced a ten percent decrease in participation in the past decade, according to the California Interscholastic Federation. Throughout high schools in Marin, this has been apparent and was brought to larger attention when […]


Varying athletic backgrounds set the tone for success

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Unlike other varsity teams at Redwood where most players have been involved in the sport their entire lives and also play for a club team, the boys volleyball team consists of players from different athletic backgrounds.  According to the most recent Bark survey, 23 percent of students self-reported playing a club sport in addition to […]


Boys’ varsity soccer dominates San Marin in first league victory

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With 15 minutes left in the second half, senior Dany Rodas fired a shot past San Marin’s goalie, putting the final touches on Redwood’s 4-0 victory on Saturday, Dec. 10. San Marin’s defense was able to hold Redwood’s tenacious offense until twelve minutes into the game, when senior Jack Daffern launched a shot past the […]