Jack Green Former Staff

Makes videos and music. A lover of dogs and cereal. Describes himself in incomplete sentences.

Contact Jack Green: jgreen@redwoodbark.org.

Baseball Seniors reminisce on their time on the field

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As senior night drew to a close at Moody Field on May 10, seniors Luke Zlatunich, Mackie Skall and Oliver Pearson packed up their equipment for the last game of the regular season. It had been a long four years, and it became more apparent than ever that the end of an era was approaching. […]

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‘California’ EP has potential to be the album of the summer

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When it comes to producer Diplo, there is no such thing as a “small project.” The LA-based artist is best known for hits like “Lean On,” “Revolution” and “Where Are U Now.” The man is rolling in platinum records, with at least 11 in the U.S. alone. Every year, at least one of his songs […]


Memorable Moments

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The Bark’s Remarks interviewed students about some of their most memorable moments in high school. Listen to the podcast here. For more podcasts, visit the Bark’s Soundcloud page here.


What gets you out of bed in the morning?

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In this series of the Bark’s Remarks we explored what motivates people. You can find these podcasts and more by visiting the Redwood Bark on SoundCloud.


Freedom of Expression

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To listen to the podcasts in the Freedom of Expression series, visit the Redwood Bark on SoundCloud.

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“Black Panther” movie and album bring an experience unlike any Marvel movie yet

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Ever since the dawn of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2010 with Jon Favreau’s “Iron Man,” the franchise has become known for revolutionizing the way that superhero movies are made, creating an era of superhero films that will likely remain timeless. Although some movies in this universe, such as “Thor: Ragnarok” and “Iron Man 2,” […]

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Senior Lauren Roberts takes the leap from Redwood to a professional dance career

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While lacing up her cream-colored pointe shoes, one might assume that senior Lauren Roberts was just another dancer preparing for rehearsal. However, they wouldn’t know the leap she had taken into the professional world of ballet. Lauren attended three and a half years of high school at Redwood, but as she started to think about […]


Where is the Love?

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To listen to all seven podcasts in the Where is the Love series, visit the Redwood Bark on SoundCloud

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Redwood fights hard and get the horns against Branson

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On Tuesday, Jan. 25, the boys’ varsity basketball team battled hard against the Branson Bulls, but the game ended with a 51-39 loss. The Giants are currently placed third in MCAL according to MaxPreps. After junior Miles Squires drained a three-pointer for the first points of the game, Branson responded with five points and two […]


Girls’ varsity soccer opens with a five-to-one victory over MA

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On Tuesday afternoon, girls’ varsity soccer took to the field for their first game of the season against Marin Academy (MA). Redwood came out with a rocky start in the first 15 minutes, as MA supplied plenty of offensive pressure. However, after a diving save from junior goalie Sam Ferguson, the girls rallied. Sophomore Grace […]