Neva Legallet

Neva Legallet Editor in Chief

Neva Legallet is a junior at Redwood High School and is a news editor for the Redwood Bark. She runs cross country and track & field, and in her free time enjoys hiking, traveling, and baking.

Contact Neva Legallet: nlegallet@redwoodbark.org.


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Making use of freshman-year college stories

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It’s the G-word: gr*duation. After marching across the amphitheater one last time, where they once ate lunch freshman year, one-quarter of the school will leave in June, most off to colleges outside of the familiar realm of Marin. Seniors’ relationships, though, aren’t confined to the graduating class. Some of the most impactful people I’ve known […]

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Bee community endangered, revitalized by avid beekeeping

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Holding up signs against gun control, a group of students participated in a walkout that ended at Larkspur City Hall.

Small walkout commemorates Columbine anniversary, hopes to generate support for gun control

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Protesting gun violence and honoring the victims of the Columbine school shooting on its 19th anniversary, several students left their third period classes at 10 a.m. on Friday April 20 and marched from Redwood to the Larkspur City Hall as part of a nationwide demonstration. Junior Sam Mayerhofer participated in the march, although he was […]

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Celebrating Earth Day every day

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The Bark’s Remarks explored how people stay environmentally conscious all year long. You can find this podcast and more by visiting the Redwood Bark on Soundcloud.

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Tamalpais High School students take first steps in addressing tragic Florida school shooting

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Upon arriving to school and beginning their first period, a group of Tamalpais High School (Tam) students couldn’t shake the fact that today was not a normal day. Thursday, Feb. 15 marked the day following the nation’s most fatal high school shooting to date, which took place in Parkland, Fla. What started as an impassioned […]

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Take advantage of a local platform to express opinions, not the worldwide web

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Since 1958, the establishment of the Redwood Bark has provided a platform for student journalists to investigate the world around them and express their opinions on anything and everything, from the ear-piercing craze of the ‘80s to the politics of the Reagan administration in 1967. In the Redwood community, exercising freedom of expression hasn’t been […]

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Second annual Women’s March in San Francisco draws enthusiastic crowds

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On Saturday, Jan. 20, the second annual Women’s March convened at the Civic Center in San Francisco, Calif. It was estimated that over 50,000 people attended the event. Starting at 12 p.m., speakers rallied the crowds, giving impassioned speeches and demanding action. Crowds proceeded down Market St. at 2 p.m. for the march.

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Finals Survival Guide

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We all know what’s coming up—we’ve been dreading it for weeks, maybe even since school started. That’s right, it’s finals season!!! Although Dead Week may have been too accurate of a moniker to be funny anymore, resulting in the renamed Study Week, it’s still a full week dedicated to taking advantage of studying and preparation […]

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Extensive restaurant background fosters family connections

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Second school shooting threat results in prohibition of Halloween costumes

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On Oct. 30, a second school shooting threat was discovered written on a wall in the boys’ downstairs bathroom, resulting in the cancellation of the annual Halloween costume contest and the administration prohibiting students from dressing up. Student attendance was lower than usual, although the threat turned out to be false. Staff and students were […]