Catherine Conrow Reporter

Catherine is a senior and excited to return to Bark. When she isn't frantically trying to finish her homework the morning before its due, you can find her running on trails around Marin or preparing for Mock Trial competitions. And she makes a pretty good chocolate cake :)

Contact Catherine Conrow: cconrow@redwoodbark.org.


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Seniors nominated for prestigious Presidential Scholars Program

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Three seniors were selected as candidates for the United States Presidential Scholars Program in early February. The students―James Conant, Scott McCrae and Rebecca Smalbach―were invited to apply for the prestigious award as a result of their outstanding standardized test scores. Each year, approximately 4,000 high school students are invited to compete for the 161 spots […]

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Friday Night Bites: Powder offers a unique twist on classic ice cream

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Friday Night Bites, Bark’s newest review segment, highlights hip places to eat and hang during your night on the town. From delicious desserts to superb suppers, The Bark knows where to go to tantalize your tastebuds.   Tucked into a brightly lit, modernist space, Powder, a small storefront in San Francisco, offers the perfect after-dinner […]

Various Search and Rescue members participate in advanced rigging training at the Marin Headlands.

Lost and found: Students volunteer with Search and Rescue

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When a college student got lost in Yosemite and the local Search and Rescue team was unable to find him, the Marin County Search and Rescue team was called onto the scene. “This dude had climbed up a cliff, fell 70 feet down the cliff onto a hard rock, where he then rolled an addition […]

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Senior shines both on the track and in the classroom

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After finishing 28th out of 200 runners in the Nike Cross Nationals meet on Dec. 3, the most competitive high school cross country race in the nation, senior Glennis Murphy was not pleased. “I wasn’t really happy with my results; it was just mediocre,” Murphy said. “I wanted to do a lot better but I […]

Raising their fists in solidarity with those offended by President-elect Donald Trump's campaign, students attended the Monday protest.

Protests erupt on campus over campaign rhetoric

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Video by Sydney Soofer   Roughly 100 students walked out of their classes and onto the South Lawn on Monday in protest of views expressed by President-elect Donald Trump during his campaign. Many of the protesters said that they were not protesting Trump’s right to be president, but rather the discrimination and hatred that they […]

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Teacher leads “Dream Team’ of refugees preparing to build new lives

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This story has been updated to reflect that while at the Jasmine School squat, Leland was an independent volunteer who was implementing Schoolbox Project guidelines. The organization was not officially affiliated with the squat.   Four years ago, Sidra lived a life not very different than that of a soon-to-be Redwood student. She was 10 […]

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‘Here’ by Mary Beth Leland

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Diary entry written by Academic Workshop teacher Mary Beth Leland while she was in Greece. To read the full article on Leland, click here.   Here. Here, where who ever hasn’t dubbed it WWIII simply hasn’t been to Athens. Where today a woman went absolutely crazy, banging her head against a wall and using shards […]

The tater tots are served with flavorful bacon, sour cream, cheddar cheese and chives, but are too crunchy and lack substantial filling.

Friday Night Bites: AT&T Park serves splendid snacks

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Friday Night Bites, Bark’s newest review segment, highlights hip places to eat and hang during your night out on the town. From delicious desserts to superb suppers, The Bark knows where to go to tantalize your tastebuds. For this edition of Friday Night Bites, The Bark attended a Giants baseball game at AT&T park, a […]

Samuel Chávez, un estudiante en su último año, da una presentación sobre sus experiencias durante la Semana de Fiestas.

Los inmigrantes indocumentados acuden en tropel a Canal Alliance

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La historia de Efigenia Talavera empezó cuando su familia emigró a los Estados Unidos para escapar de Michoacán, México––una área infame por el crimen y el narcotráfico––y crear una vida mejor para sus hijos. *** Mi experiencia fue muy terrible. Mi hijo estaba sentadito en la mesa con pánico porque yo dije que me van […]

A California sea lion pup recuperates at the Marine Mammal Center located in Sausalito.

Struggling for Survival: Bay Area sea lions face changing conditions

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Struggling for Survival: Bay Area sea lions face changing conditions By Catherine Conrow and Macrae Sharp   Although sea lions can be spotted at beaches along the California coast, many of these marine mammals will end up in our backyard, 15 minutes away in Sausalito. Upon entering the Marine Mammal Center, a veterinary research hospital, […]