Caroline Cummings Former Staff

Caroline Cummings is a senior enjoying her second year on Bark. In her free time she loves to read, hike and spend time with friends and family.

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College Essays

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In this series, the Bark’s Remarks explored college essays. Seniors read and discussed their favorite college essay with us. You can find this podcast and more by visiting the Redwood Bark on Soundcloud.


Club day encourages students to join new activities

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During lunch on Wednesday, Jan. 24, the Leadership class hosted the semiannual Club Day at the start of second semester. Although the event was originally supposed to take place on the South Lawn, rainy weather conditions forced it to be relocated to the small gym. New and returning clubs set up tables to promote themselves, […]

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Trump’s ‘Merry Christmas’ debate has no place in our diverse society

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“We’re getting near that beautiful Christmas season that people don’t talk about anymore. They don’t use the word ‘Christmas’ because it’s not politically correct… Well, guess what? We’re saying ‘Merry Christmas’ again,” said President Trump to a roaring crowd at the 2017 Values Voter Summit. This statement reinforced the increasingly common belief that there is […]


Students volunteer to work for Sausalito city council campaign

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Senior Rob Hoffman has always been interested in politics, but it wasn’t until this year that he was given the opportunity to take this enthusiasm into the real world of political candidacy by working as Melissa Blaustein’s campaign manager for Sausalito city council. Click below to view full article:


NorCal Fires: Efforts from Marin County

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“It’s often said you see the best of humanity when the worst is happening. I wish you didn’t have to wait for the worst to happen, but you’re definitely seeing the best of everybody,” said Ryan Porter, a Santa Rosa resident and the Director of Operations at Epicenter, a sports and entertainment facility that was […]

Publicizing their tennis match, Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) and Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell) sit next to each other at a press conference.

‘Battle of the Sexes’ shines light on story fighting for gender equality

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Full of powerful women, male chauvinism and enough bright tennis outfits to cause permanent eye damage, “Battle of the Sexes” offers an entertaining and heartwarming portrayal of a real-life fight for gender equality in the realm of sports. Depicting the highly publicized 1973 tennis match between one of the top female tennis players in the […]

Senior photographers Angelica Vohland (left) and Katie Levy (right) take photos in their local synagogue for "Women Facing West".

Students challenge gender discrimination in Judaism

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This past summer, senior Angelica Vohland visited Israel with a student organization. While she was there, she discovered a startling fact: the Western Wall, a holy site in Jerusalem, was restricting women’s rights to pray freely, inspiring her to start a photo exposition titled “Women Facing West.” “I chose to wear my prayer shawl, which […]

Filled with steak, lettuce and cilantro, the tacos de carne asada offer a fresh taste and delicious flavor, although they are price for teenagers at a cost of $15 for three tacos.

Tamal delivers delicious, pricey Mexican cuisine to Fairfax

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Marin’s new Mexican restaurant Tamal made it clear that it was not a restaurant for teenagers the minute a friend and I walked through the doors clad in shorts and tank tops. The look of bewilderment on the host’s face as he realized we wanted to eat dinner illustrated the more high-end atmosphere of the […]