Natalie Cerf Copy Editor

I'm Natalie Cerf, one of the Juniors at Redwood. I'm a copy editor this semester.

Contact Natalie Cerf: NCerf@redwoodbark.org.


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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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The power of makeup

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A makeup routine can people time to have morning minutes to themselves. Although some people can’t imagine spending over 10 minutes getting ready, for some to intricately applying eyeshadow before rushing into a busy day allows time to relax and reflect on the day to come. Spending that amount of time getting ready could eat […]

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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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Fashion forward through time

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Fashion transcends time. Whether the fashion includes poodle skirts and paddle shoes or low-rise jeans and leg warmers, it is always a way to remember and reminisce about past decades. Sometimes we want to forget the past—awkward phases of wearing feathers in our hair and cargo shorts, for instance—but it is still amusing to look […]

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Vinyl’s return: A Nostalgic Niche

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Music is everlasting. The young and the old, the passionate and the passive, everyone can enjoy it no matter the source. Technology has allowed people to listen to music for little money, if not none at all, through hassle-free apps such as Spotify, SoundCloud, Pandora and many others. While the convenience of digital music seems […]

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You’re 18. It’s time to vote

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When voting in class on any topic that arises, we always have the choice to abstain from voting. It’s our right to opt out of sharing our opinion. With that being said, an inclusive decision-making process gives students a platform to express their ideas without fear of being judged. However, this opportunity for students to […]

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Teenagers plan early for a career in the medical field

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One thing that can easily separate successful students from ones that lag behind is initiative and a desire to succeed. No matter how many resources students are given throughout their high school career, their experience is going to be what they make of it. Students can choose to do the bare minimum and just coast […]

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Transitioning back from TEAM

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When asked what draws students to join the TEAM Program at Tamiscal High School, Lenny Gucciardi, a TEAM teacher, attested to the community that is created. Redwood’s community is prominent but cannot compare to the close-knit relationships that are made when spending an entire school year with only 23 fellow classmates, each one coming from […]

High fiving after the game, the Giants and Analy acknowledged the good game they just played.

Giants’ JV softball team takes loss with stride

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The junior varsity girls’ softball team played a tough game against the Analy Tigers, taking a hard 10-0 loss in the Thursday afternoon sun. This was the Giants’ second consecutive loss against Analy. The game started off slow, without any runs by either team. It was in the top of the second inning when the […]

Covered in sticky notes, these plans showed critiques from community members on the current layout on campus.

District sets forth plans to accomodate student growth

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On March 16, a meeting was held by the Facilities Master Plan Committee in the Kreps Center at Redwood to edit and enhance the plans drawn out for additions to all six schools in the Tamalpais Union High School District, including the Carlisle Building, where adult classes take place. The Education Center (district office) and […]