Katherine Muller Editor

Katherine Muller is a senior at Redwood High School and is a News Editor for The Redwood Bark. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her friends, family and dog, Daisy, and trying new things and adventuring around Marin.

Contact Katherine Muller: kmuller@redwoodbark.org.


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The Crazy, the Rich, and the Asian: What “Crazy Rich Asians” mean for Hollywood

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As a seemingly endless stream of romantic-comedy movies with identical plots and similar characters have dominated the theaters for decades, “Crazy Rich Asians” delivers a much needed, unique rom-com hit with an entirely Asian cast, the first Hollywood movie to do so in 25 years. With continuous controversy surrounding representation of minority actors in Hollywood, […]

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Marin’s only JV softball team finds success around the Bay Area

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White dust lines the field and parents gather on the bleachers, signaling the start of a JV softball game. Players warm up by taking practice swings or catching fly balls, as both sides check out their opponents’ skills. But Redwood isn’t looking at Marin Catholic or Tam. Those schools don’t even have JV teams. In […]

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Valentine’s Day community event celebrates diversity with candlelight walk

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On Wednesday, Feb. 14, in celebration of Valentine’s Day, five Marin organizations including Dominican University, Rodef Shalom, Youth in Arts, The Canal Alliance and the Marin County Office of Education collaborated to organize the 2nd annual community bonding gathering and candlelight walk at the San Rafael Community Center. Marin residents of all ages, genders and […]

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GAME PLAN week activities encourage students to stay safe around substance use

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Throughout the week of Dec. 4, Peer Resource collaborated with the Wellness Center to put on a series of GAME PLAN activities, encouraging students to make safe and thoughtful decisions regarding alcohol and drugs. With activities such as daily pledges, a school-wide scavenger hunt and a discussion, GAME PLAN stresses eight major concepts in its […]