Maxim Kawashima Reporter

Maxim Kawashima is a senior and reporter for the Redwood Bark.

Contact Maxim Kawashima: MKawashima@redwoodbark.org.


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Giants fall short to the Bulldogs

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Another touchdown, another completed pass and another great run. The Giants received a blowout loss to the Terra Linda Trojans at 48-14 on Sept. 16th. They then faced a rigid Oakland team, which once had the current running back for the Oakland Raiders, Marshawn Lynch. The Giants looked to attain a victory in a tough […]

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Meet your ASB president: Eamon Rogan

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Most students at Redwood rush to get to school by at least 8 a.m., although a certain group routinely arrives by 7 a.m.. That group, Leadership, attends class early every morning except Fridays  to plan out upcoming events and fundraising. Senior Eamon Rogan leads this group as the ASB president. Rogan has been the president […]

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Changing the normal course: Alternative Learning

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Straying from the considered “norm” of attending high school for all four years, some students join an alternative learning method. Whether out of intuitive interest or constructive change, each person has different motivations. Alternative learning means the learning process is structured to assist students on a more personal level than a traditional high school can […]

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The Giants messed with the Bulls, got the horns but attain favorable victory

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After a near sweep by the Miramonte, the girls’ tennis team looked to take on their first MCAL match against the Branson Bulls on Tues., Sept. 5. Although unfortunately the Giants would fall to the Bulls. Last year the Bulls ended up defeating the Giants in a close match for the MCAL championship, so Zeisler […]

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Redwood’s next step in sustainability: Dealing with undiverted waste

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On a sunny day, the clouds part to reveal the mountainous terrain of Marin County which is just one aspect of the natural beauty of the community. Marin’s mild climate and abundance of natural reserves like Mount Tamalpais and Muir Park are what make the county such a unique and attractive setting. However, an upsurge […]

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Low attendance doesn’t deter team’s demeanor

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Softball isn’t Redwood’s mainstream sport. For basketball’s Leadership-sponsored game nights, the stands are heavily occupied by Redwood students. According to the varsity softball team’s senior captain and a four-year varsity softball player, Sabrina Nunez, this doesn’t seem the case for Redwood softball games.  However, the program’s underrepresentation in the Redwood community isn’t something that will […]

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Marin rowing seeks victory in Head of Charles Regatta

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For the last 46 years, the Charles River in Boston, Massachusetts has been home to the Head of the Charles Regatta, one of the largest rowing competitions in the world.  The two-day competition hosts some of the best crew teams from around the world, with more than 11,000 athletes. This year, on Oct. 22, the […]