Pearl Zhong Former Staff

Pearl Zhong is a senior and is looking forward to her second year editing for the Bark! Aside from writing, she enjoys playing the piano, photography, traveling and volunteering.

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Soarin’ over California: Redwood students take to the skies

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Redwood students Morgan Glasser, Sam Seifer, and Collin Hackett describe their love for flying and the journey to get there.


Cullen’s equestrian quest for glory

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Long before the sun has risen, sophomore Lena Cullen is already preparing for a horse show. She arrives at the arena at 5 a.m., washes her horse, Fun, puts on the bridle and saddle and memorizes her jumping course before the competition starts. Cullen spends five days a week at the barn, practicing with her […]

Performing a cover onstage, senior Matty Michna plays his guitar,

Advanced Performance Workshop goes out on a high note

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Guitar riffs, piano melodies and vocal harmonies, all thoughtfully produced by students in the Advanced Performance Workshop class, filled the Little Theater the evenings of Dec. 7 and Dec. 8.  The two-night concert provided students the opportunity to perform multiple original pieces, as well as covers in both solo and group performances.  Senior Noa Zimmerman, […]

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Desk Jams: Edition 12 – Brendon Wright

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Junior Brendon Wright performs a cover of “Vienna” by Billy Joel.


Redwood TV launches sixth season with its biggest crew yet

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If there’s one thing a Redwood student looks forward to during homeroom, it’s a new Redwood TV episode. This year, the cast and crew has nearly doubled from eight students last season to 15 students this season, the largest crew in the show’s six years. The new members of the Redwood TV cast include sophomores […]

Construction will begin at the intersection between Lucky and Doherty Drive.

Safe Routes to School Project strives to improve transportation safety

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In partnership with Safe Routes to School and the city of Larkspur, Redwood plans to widen the pedestrian walkways and bike lanes on Doherty Drive this summer. Changes will be made on pedestrian walkways and bike lanes that begin at the intersection between Lucky Drive and Doherty Drive at the entrance of Redwood’s back parking […]

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Desk Jams: Drum Battle Edition

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Desk Jams: Drum Edition features drummers John Van Liere and Karl Tiezte performing improvised solos.

Veg out: The Best Vegetarian Restaurants in Marin

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Whether you’re a vegetarian, a vegan, or just want to go out for a meatless meal, the Bark has you covered on the top vegetarian restaurants in Marin: Cafe del Soul, The Plant, Veggie Grill and Lotus Chaat & Spices. These restaurants were reviewed based on quality of food, vegetarian/vegan options, ambience and price. Cafe […]

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Crab Crisis: Toxins in tissue threaten million dollar crabbing industry

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By: Pearl Zhong and Anne Pritikin As the morning sun looms over the waves lapping against the dock, it illuminates faded neon crab traps that line the outside of the sheds at Fisherman’s Wharf, a pitiful reminder of the absence of local, fresh-caught crabs. Fishermen like Larry Collins, President of the San Francisco Community Fishing […]