Luke Dahlin Former Staff

Luke Dahlin is a senior at Redwood and reporter on the Bark. He is a proud Alumn of Bacich Elementary. Luke also enjoys participating in Peer Resource and as the most active class representative you've ever seen. Luke enjoys accompanying fellow reporter Maxime Kawawa-Beudan on wild and delirious adventures. Go Cubs!

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Masters of Danger Op Doc

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Minute by minute. Day by day. Tree by tree. Local San Rafael company Treemasters deals in the business of eradicating dead or unwanted trees, and all of the perils that tag along with it. However for these “industrial athletes,” going to work everyday, amid the dangers, still feels as important and exciting as it once […]

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Hooked on fishing: a stress reliever

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Fishing Montage from Redwood Bark on Vimeo. In a study conducted by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 33.1 million people in the United States go fishing on an annual basis. Among that population are three Redwood students: Seniors Sean Lowry, Matt Walravens and Noah Talamantes have all dedicated countless hours to fishing and venturing throughout […]

Moving to field a ground ball, Zeisler's career at Redwood has prompted shifts throughout different positions on the diamond

Zeisler’s devotion drives commitment to play at collegiate level

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For senior Henry Zeisler, baseball has been a constant throughout his life. So, it seems only appropriate that Zeisler found a place to continue his career, after being admitted to play at Division III Chapman University, with a guaranteed walk-on spot on the team. And while he first intended playing baseball in Division I, Zeisler […]

As the leader of the free world, it is President Trump's responsibility to do what's right for his constituents, limiting climate change. But, if he won't, it is now our responsibility to advocate that he does

Trump’s America not about the changing climate, but it should be

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According to the Constitution of the United States, the federal government was established for six specific purposes: unity, justice, domestic tranquility, defense, promotion of the general welfare of the citizens and liberty for all.  And unless you believe the size of the federal government should be just a small step above one of anarchy, climate […]

Predictions for Super Bowl LI

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Bark’s Super Bowl Predictions Belichich and Brady have been here many times before Super Bowl LI will consist of Tom Brady, arguably the greatest quarterback in the history of professional football, and mastermind coach Bill Belichick facing off against a team with almost no Super Bowl experience, a mediocre defensive secondary and little other than […]

INSTRUCTING STUDENTS ON the day’s lesson plan, substitute teacher Lazlo Toth believes that subs deserve an increase in pay.

TUHSD substitutes protest wages

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On Dec. 1, substitute teachers in the Tamalpais Union High School District (TUHSD) were notified that they would not be receiving a pay raise after a group of substitutes pressured the Marin County Board of Education to increase their wages, on the grounds that they have been receiving disproportionately low wages relative to surrounding districts. […]


Varsity football fights hard, loses against first seed Campolindo

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Cutting across the field toward the sideline, senior running back Nick Calzaretta outruns several Campolindo defenders. Seconds later, as a defensive back dives at his knees, Calzaretta quickly hurdles the defender and proceeds to gain another few yards before being pushed out of bounds, an impressive highlight in Redwood’s playoff battle against Campolindo on Friday. […]


Dear Candidates: Temperament is important, but so are issues

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The old news: Donald Trump is a misogynist who lies and degrades both women and minorities, says things that are irrefutable and grossly irresponsible and doesn’t have the political experience or temperament to be president. Hillary Clinton is a backwards, Wall Street motivated, middle-class hating, 30-year politician, job-destroyer, and corrupt email-deletor. The new and relevant […]


Girls Tennis dominates against MC, maintains status atop MCAL

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The girls’ varsity tennis team nearly swept the scorecard on Tuesday against Marin Catholic, commanding the court in all but two matches. Junior Molly Kehoe, who dominated in her match against MC’s Kelly Buchanon, was happy with her performance, which helped the team solidify its lead in the standings over rival Branson. “We’ve already secured […]

Huffman's presentation proved an opportune experience for students present

Local Congressman presents to students

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Redwood students were granted the opportunity Thursday to meet Congressman Jared Huffman, the congressional representative for California’s Second District, which includes the counties of Marin, Sonoma and Humboldt. Huffman came to Redwood and spoke in the Kreps Lounge in front of students and faculty about himself as a politician, his role within the community as […]