Conner Addison Former Staff

When Conner Addison was young, he dreamed of one day being old enough to talk about stuff he did when he was young. Now entering his senior year, Conner has fulfilled that goal and is on to more aspirational goals, such as doing his best as News Editor for the Bark and telling jokes that don’t make people cringe. Conner is highly sociable and is known for his uninhibited eagerness to speak whatever is on his mind, although many a teacher has given him flak for his stentorian outbursts of attempted humor mid-class. Outside of the confines of school, Conner is an avid car enthusiast, and enjoys anything involving cylinders and a crankshaft. Driving and drawing—primarily cars and buildings—are his two favorite pastimes. He also enjoys photography and is interested in both law and engineering.

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Kenneth Berreman celebrates after winning a  water poli

Berreman excels as three-sport athlete

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Kenneth Berreman stared down his opponent during the wrestling match. They were both around the same size, under 140 pounds, but the senior from Justin Siena had three years and a lot more experience over the freshman from Redwood. Despite that advantage, when the match ended it was Berreman, the varsity-level rookie, who took the […]


Boys swimming wins MCAL championship

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The reign is over. After ten years of dominance in the MCAL’s, the girl’s swim and dive team lost the pennant to rival Marin Catholic in the championships last Saturday. At the same time that the old Redwood dynasty fell, the boys team got their first taste of victory in 13 years, winning the championships […]

E-Cigarettes banned in Corte Madera

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The town of Corte Madera voted to ban e-cigarettes in public spaces and multi-family homes, joining the growing list of cities and counties in California and elsewhere to ban the device. Members of the Town Council voted on April 15 to ban the e-cigarettes, with three of the five council members supporting the ban, one […]

Rocket Team fails to qualify for national challenge

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“Watch out! She’s ballistic!” shouted launch overseer David Raimondi seconds before the Rocket Club’s rocket finished its 800 foot freefall onto the tarmac at Moffett Field. The parachutes had deployed as planned, but a broken parachute mount allowed the chutes to separate from the rocket, and it began its uncontrolled crash landing. Redwood seniors Alex […]

SENIORS DANNY LIEBSTER and Amir Sadrieh perform at the annual Motherlode play in the Little Theater that began on April 8.

Seniors debut Motherlode play

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The curtains opened on Tuesday night as seniors in the drama department debuted their final play as Redwood students: Motherlode. The play, titled “Lost and Found,” had its inaugural night April 8. The drama program is performing the play at the Motherlode competition in Sacramento next weekend before repeating performances here at Redwood from April […]

Senior Khari Haynes runs during a rainy practice.

Track sprints into promising season

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After winning MCAL in the boys’ division and placing third in the girls’ division last year, the track and field team is looking forward to another season of success in 2014. Last year the boys’ team beat rival Drake by 17 points, and looks strong once again. “We did graduate a lot of good runners, […]

Forbes list adds alumnus

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What will we do after high school? After college? Where will we be in 10 years? For Redwood alumnus Cigall Kadoch, the answer is in Forbes Magazine, as one of Forbes’s Top 30 Under 30. Kadoch, part of the Redwood class of ‘03, was included in Forbes’s annual Top 30 Under 30 list, which finds […]

Face-to-Face: Does pornography deserve its reputation?

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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 junior Caique Costa and senior Katie Segars.   The issue: Does pornography deserve it’s negative reputation? What […]

Shaya Barry and Maddy Peng play a cover “Give Me Love” at the Intermediate Performance Workshop concert on Dec. 5.

Musicians entertain with winter performances

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The Wind Ensemble, Symphonic Band, and Jazz B band had their performances in late November, and Intermediate Performance Workshop and Beginning Guitar had their performances last Thursday, Dec. 5. The Symphonic Band and Wind Assemble performance went well according to junior Tamara Frangoul, despite having a late venue change from the spacious large gym to […]


Girl’s volleyball defeats Carondelet to win NCS title

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The Redwood varsity girls’ volleyball team won the Division II NCS championships for the second time in the last three years, beating Carondelet in straight sets to advance to the state playoffs. Carondelet was ahead 21-13 midway through the first set before Redwood rallied to tie the score at 24-24 and ultimately won the set […]